Eyedea Recognition, a leading provider of AI-powered visual analysis technology showcased its Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) and Make Model Recognition (MMR) capabilities to the Customs Eastern and South-Eastern Land Border Expert Team (CELBET).Read whole article
Filip Kachnič has worked in the field of cyber security as a business manager for a long time. In his new role at Eyedea, he will focus on finding and expanding new opportunities for cooperation with our clients. In the past, he has been involved in digital forensics from both a corporate development and research perspective.
Eyedea managed to win a public contract from the Regional Police Directorate of the Moravian-Silesian Region for software to read number plates and recognize car makes and models. We are glad that we can contribute to higher traffic safety.
The best-rated Czech computer scientist by Research.com is the founder of Eyedea Recognition Prof. Jiří Matas. CTU, with which we closely cooperate, is ranked 5th in the evaluation of European universities in the field of computer vision.
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The December release of MMR SDK 2.20.0 introduces a new feature that recognizes additional vehicle features called TAGs. Examples of recognized TAGs are ambulances, police or fire cars, pickups, caravans, vehicles carrying wood or vehicles carrying animals.Read whole article
We presented Eyedea at the EXPO SME Assembly 2022 conference organised by the Ministry of Industry and Trade in cooperation with the European Commission as part of the Czech EU Presidency, which was held on 29 November at the O2 Universum.
We are really happy that our knowledge can help the Ukraine police to be more effective in cybercrime investigations. (We apologies, but the link lead to the Czech page - Ministry of the Interior)
New version of MMR SDK released. Version 2.12.0 covers new car models of 2022 for EU, North American, Asian and Australian market.
Martin Urban in discussion about face recognition technologies used in the war in Ukraine.
In the 90’CT24 program
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