Introduce Missing Data:
At times, probe images have compromised data and do not meet the criteria for facial recognition searching. A few examples are an image of lower resolution, an image with occlusion to the face, or an image where the subject’s eyes are closed. Rarely will these probe images return a quality match. Our breakthrough image pre-processing technology enables you to graphically enhance the original probe image to increase the accuracy and quality of a possible match. Enhancement is done within the interface, allowing users to run facial recognition on low-quality images like CCTV stills, social media or cell phone video.
Eye positioning and placement are both critical to the facial recognition matching process, because the algorithms start with the eyes and then proceed to read other facial landmarks systematically. What if the subject in your image is not looking straight ahead? Our pre-processing tools allow a user to make the necessary adjustments to these problematic images.
Low Resolution and Other Poor Images:
These images are typically thrown out and not considered for facial recognition. However, Vigilant’s tools enable agencies to zoom, crop and edit images to produce a higher-quality probe image that is ready for search. Vigilant’s tools help enable agencies to edit the images for better-quality probe images, including creating a proxy image from a sketch artist or artist rendering.
Integrated Enhancement Tools Made Easy-to-Use:
Our specialized image enhancement tools were designed for the novice user. Enhance images effortlessly by sliding to the left or right or with only a few clicks of a mouse. Extract and select the best still images from your video clips and send them directly into a search. No difficult image editing applications to learn and no expensive yearly subscriptions are required. It’s all integrated into our software.