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Lumeo joins Microsoft Azure Services with AI algorithms

The video analytics platform aims to connect AI models and techniques with a growing audience and to bring intelligence and automation to market through vision AI.


April 3, 2022
By SP&T Staff

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OAKLAND — Lumeo has announced the integration of the Microsoft Azure Service with its library of vision AI models and analytics. The Azure Face Service was designed to provide users with AI algorithms that detect, recognize and analyze human faces in images.

The video analytics platform aims to connect AI models and techniques with a growing audience and to bring intelligence and automation to market through vision AI.

It also gives security integrators, manufacturers, and ISVs the tools to harness AI to make sense of video data.

“Facial recognition technology is a powerful addition to any security and video analytics solutions, and we are excited to offer Azure Face Service within our Lumeo Marketplace,” said Devarshi Shah, CEO, and co-founder of Lumeo in a statement.

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“The ability to detect, capture, and compare facial features has numerous applications, including many that go beyond traditional surveillance activities.”

End users do not require machine-learning expertise for this platform. Other features include the ability to recognize as many as one million users without additional equipment on premise. End-users can also manage face data on their own Azure account.

End users can also combine the Azure Face Recognition building block with several other integrations offered by Lumeo to assist with identity verification, determine how long employees spend in a given area, enhance customer experience through fast-pass access, provide alerts and alarms where unauthorized persons have entered restricted areas.