AI-based solutions from Ipsotek, an Atos company, to be deployed at Indonesia airport


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Ipsotek, an Atos company, has recently won a contract to install its computer vision technology at the new Dhoho Kediri International Airport, Indonesia.

In conjunction with its accredited channel partner, PT. Sinergi Teknoglobal Perkasa, Ipsotek will deliver its AI-based video analytics, face recognition and license plate recognition solutions across the airport, which comprises 372 hectares.

The airport is expected to accommodate around 1.5M PAX (passengers) when open and grow to a maximum capacity of 10M PAX.

Ipsotek VISuite AI powered by Atos BullSequana SA20G servers will provide the airport with the means to automatically generate alerts using its Scenario-based and AI computer vision video analytics.

Alerts will be integrated into the Genetec Security Center VMS for control room operators to manage according to their Standard Operating Procedures (“SOP’s”).

Use cases include perimeter and intrusion detection, identifying stationary/abandoned vehicles as well as abandoned objects, face recognition, license plate recognition, fire and smoke detection and pinpointing incidences of overcrowding and people loitering/suspicious behaviour, all in real time.

Andi Syach, Sales Director, PT. Sinergi Teknoglobal Perkasa, said: “The Ipsotek video analytics solution provides us with a scalable system that will form the foundation for the security, safety and surveillance requirements of the airport.

“With the existing integration between Ipsotek and Genetec Security Center VMS (video management system), the control room operators will have a seamless environment in which to work.”

Chris Bishop, Sales Director APAC & Marketing Director, Ipsotek added: “This is our second major airport project in Indonesia, and we are delighted to have been selected to supply our advanced video analytics software with forensics – Ipsotek VISuite AI, VISuite FR and VISuite LPR powered by Atos BullSequana SA20G server with the NVIDIA A12 GPU.

“This will provide the control room with real time, automated alerts from across the airfield and the ability to conduct accurate forensics searches for POI (person of interest) or VOI (vehicle of interest) in seconds.”

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