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ISDEF 2017: ZombieCam set to detect intruders

9th June 2017 - 12:46 GMT | by Ben Brook in Tel Aviv

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Chiral Software stood out amongst the crowd with the launch of its new ZombieCam tactical video system at the ISDEF 2017 exhibition in Tel Aviv.

The system can identify objects, such as weapons and uniform, in real-time using video streams from a mainstream IP camera. Once connected the system operates on a stream server for cameras and a classification server for a ‘deep learning’ system that identifies the image.

According to Eric Hollander, CEO at Chiral, ZombieCam 'is the world’s only intelligent tactical video system’. 

Referring to this ability of automatically scanning and recognising threats, Hollander told Shephard that Chiral ‘aimed

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After serving as a paratrooper and completing a degree in Politics and International Relations, Ben …

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