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Vigilant Solutions announces tech package for law enforcement

California-headquartered Vigilant Solutions has bundled a number of high-tech systems for law enforcement into a single, affordable package.
By Richard Tomkins   |   June 9, 2014 at 4:35 PM   |   Comments

LIVERMORE, Calif., June 9 (UPI) -- Technology solutions for law enforcement agencies – small and large -- have been bundled together into a cost-effective package by Vigilant Solutions.

Called the Intelligence-Led Policing Package, it contains an agency-wide license to Vigilant's hosted LEARN analytic software, unlimited access in LEARN to the company's national database of over 2 billion commercial license plate recognition detections, agency-wide license to its FaceSearch facial recognition solution, and a new smartphone application.

Vigilant Solutions said the package represents a savings of more than 75 percent for most agencies when compared to buying the products individually.

"We are developing exciting new technologies, and we are doing so in a very agile and responsive development environment," said Dr. Dinh Tien Son, co-founder and chief scientist of Vigilant Solutions. "The new facial recognition algorithms that we have developed use over 350 different vectors, or measurements, of the human face -- essentially creating a fingerprint.

"There has been a great amount of development work invested into our facial recognition product, and we believe that it will prove itself as the most feature-rich, intuitive, and accurate solution available."

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