IVS, led by CEO Bae Young-hoon, said on May 30 that its AI-based intelligent image high-speed search software, called the "intelligent high speed search solution," has obtained the first grade of GS certification from the Telecommunications Technology Association (TTA).
The IVS-developed search software is a solution that quickly finds objects of interest in a large number of recorded videos. In the event of a crime or accident/incident, users can use video analysis technology to quickly locate the video containing only the objects of interest so that they can quickly detect the source of the criminal's swift arrest or accident/incident.
In particular, it is designed to allow users to search only for a specific image by applying various filters to the detected objects, allowing them to see only a few meaningful minutes during the tens of hours of images.
Among the various filters are▲ face recognition filter (male and female classification, age classification, etc.) ▲ person characteristic recognition filter (having or not, bag, glasses, hat, mask, color of clothing, etc.) ▲ specific moving direction filter (east, west, south, north, southeast, northwest, etc.) ▲vehicle drive characteristic recognition filter (parking, slow driving, driving, speeding, congestion, etc.) ▲ vehicle number recognition filter ▲vehicle type recognition filter (light vehicle, passenger car, SUV, truck, etc.).
The solution was already introduced into the Incheon Airport's 1st and 2nd stages of security improvement project, 3rd stage of security system establishment project. It was also used for the pan-ministry intelligent CCTV pilot project of Daejeon Metropolitan City, finishing the pre-verification of the intelligent high-speed search solution performance.
Based on acquiring the GS certification for its intelligent high-speed search solution, IVS plans to actively target various uses such as finding missing children in multi-use public facilities such as amusement parks or CCTV control centers, solving civil complaints such as search for missing persons, and searching for suspects in public organizations such as police stations.
"While the number of CCTVs that play a decisive role in crime and incident/accident sites has been increasing, there are limitations to visualizing CCTV footage and finding evidence. We hope our technology will help users quickly capture evidence to investigate important cases," said a spokesman for IVS.