CathexisVision Facial Recognition Solution Webinar – 14th April 2021

Cathexis and Herta invite you to attend one of their Facial Recognition solution webinars on 14 April 2021

Cathexis, in partnership with Herta, has developed a powerful integration solution between the Herta Facial Recognition software and the CathexisVision video management software. This integration enables CathexisVision to receive information on facial recognition events directly from the Herta software.

The capabilities of this integration includes:

  • When a facial recognition event has been detected, the user can define a range of actions. To enhance the options available for users, several detected faces can be allocated to a group for triggering customised actions.
  • Actions include: recording or controlling cameras, sending emails and SMS notifications, playing audio clips, and sending alarms to control rooms. The integration can trigger events on specific integration devices or virtual inputs.
  • Storing facial recognition events in a metadatabase, linked to the associated footage within CathexisVision.’
  • Advanced filters allow users to search the database according to various categories.

This integration increases the value of your video surveillance solution by combining advanced software and facial recognition technology.

EMEA/APAC Webinar (10am CET)

USA Webinar (6pm CET / 9am PST)


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