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Powered by Vision AI, Oosto provides actionable intelligence to keep your customers, employees, and visitors safe.

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False Alarms

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Oosto offers the highest level of facial recognition accuracy with 0.1% false alarms and 0.1s detection speed.
Organizations with Oosto experience a 90% increase in security team productivity.

Turn any camera into an active safety and security system.

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Recognize What Matters

Oosto's Vision AI platform transforms passive cameras into proactive security systems for real-time recognition of security threats and bad actors, even under adverse conditions.

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Moving to the Edge

Oosto moves more compute processing to the edge making video processing faster, more economical, and more secure.

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Going Touchless

Using face-based biometrics with liveness detection, Oosto enables organizations to minimize physical contact risks.

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Actionable Intelligence

Oosto sends real-time alerts of unauthorized personnel, watchlist detections, and unknown individuals when they enter a restricted zone.

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Respect Your Customer

Through ethical machine learning models and state-of-the-art privacy controls, Oosto identifies persons of interest while protecting the identity of bystanders.

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Easy to Integrate

Leveraging existing infrastructure, Oosto is simple and cost effective to install, resulting in faster time-to-value.

Putting Vision AI to Work

In today's world, organizations face evolving threats to safety and security, and an increasing responsibility to protect employees, customers, and communities. Learn how Oosto protects the people that propel your business.

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Case Study

Australian Turf Club and Royal Randwick Racecourse

Learn how the ATC has significantly improved the rate of detection, finding individuals, and being more proactive than reactive with potential threats.

Blog

Taking a Layered Approach to Physical Security in Corporate Buildings [Infographic]

June 09, 2022

Our new infographic shows how companies can leverage these modern technologies to create a layered approach to their physical security strategies, including protecting entrances, interiors, and perimeters.

Blog

5 Limitations of NIST’s FRVT Testing for Face Recognition Video Surveillance

July 07, 2022

Learn five reasons why enterprises should not use FRVT for comparing video surveillance solutions using facial recognition.

Press Release

Oosto honored as “Best Facial Recognition System” for Vision AI innovations in Breakthrough Awards program

June 23, 2022

International awards program recognizes standout technology provider among the best and most innovative AI companies in the world

Blog

Can we make schools safer without turning them into prisons?

June 20, 2022

School safety is a complex problem. Many argue that more “hardening” is required to make schools safer. Others argue that such security measures have not always translated to better security.

Blog

School Safety: It’s Time to Accelerate the Adoption of Security Tech

May 26, 2022

We must leverage existing technologies like social media monitoring, gunshot and weapons detection, and real-time watchlist alerting. We owe it to our children.

Press Release

Inventor of the Year 2022 Prof. Marios Savvides: “Pace of innovations in biometric AI that translate into economic progress is accelerating”

May 05, 2022

Oosto Chief AI Scientist and Carnegie Mellon University CyLab Professor Marios Savvides received top accolades from the Pittsburgh Intellectual Property Law Association for his contributions to the advancement of artificial intelligence and biometric technologies

Blog

Why I’m Proud of Oosto

April 14, 2022

At Oosto, we’re doubling down on computer vision, edge computing and Vision AI to build the capabilities that will allow all of us to live more safely while still preserving our privacy and choice.

Press Release

Oosto enables Israeli seaport to improve logistical throughput during supply chain crisis with facial recognition

February 15, 2022

Oosto’s Visual AI solution helps increase security and cargo-handling speed for leading logistics company

Blog

Biometrics Professor Interview on Safety Recognition

January 21, 2022

Read our interview with Professor Marios Savvides, a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and founder and director of the Biometrics Center at CMU.

Press Release

Oosto’s Open Letter to the White House: “Facial biometrics regulations will enable a safe path for organizations to ethically adopt these emerging technologies”

January 19, 2022

Leading visual artificial intelligence company answers U.S. government’s Request for Information on use cases in biometrics-based recognition and identification of individuals in public and private sectors

Blog

10 Reasons to Switch to Frictionless Access Control [Infographic]

January 05, 2022

This infographic provides some compelling rationale for making the switch to “frictionless” and why now might be the right time to make the move to face-based biometrics.

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Infographic: 11 Best Practices to Ensure Ethical Facial Recognition

December 15, 2021

Our new infographic shows you the key ingredients of an ethical approach to implementing a facial recognition solution for real-time video surveillance.

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Accuracy matters.
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Accuracy matters.
Put an End to False Alarms