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Copseye Madurai Launch – cops eye

Copseye, a criminal detector application focus on Tracking & Recognition of criminals using unique non-traditional hybrid approach ensuring light computing with high accuracy and performance. It is a next generation surveillance system integrated with AI technology and machine learning algorithms to recognize face.

These systems can be applied in crowd analysis and criminal detection. Copseye application can be operate from the smartphones, the system will recognize people in real time at significant distances even in uncontrolled environments

Madurai Deputy Inspector General of Police Pradip Kumar launched the app. It would be available at all Station House Officers and above.

“It would take only few seconds to match the face of a person with the of data of 2,000 criminals from the city and Madurai rural police,” he said. The data of 2,000 criminals has their names, photographs and details of criminal cases. “Taking photograph of any person whose data is available with the centralised criminal analysing system will give all particulars,” he said.

Superintendent of Police N. Manivannan said whenever people were picked up on suspicion it takes a long time to detect if they have any criminal background through their fingerprints.

“It detects the criminal with 93% accuracy,” he said. This system will also avoid inconvenience caused to innocent people who are otherwise made to wait at the police station till doubts are cleared, the DIG said.

Visit: https://www.copseye.ai

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[…] The leaked data also included OTP codes, administrator password and details of the police officers using the app. The database was found by security researchers Robert Baptiste, also known as Elliot Alderson, and Oliver Hough. The duo took to Twitter to report the data breach. The Tamil Nadu police used CopsEye, designed by Madurai-based startup Geomeo Informatics, to enable a facial recognition security system. The system was adopted by Madurai police in June this year. […]

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