Homeland Security & Border Control

Reduce the risk of illegal entry and identify threats in the field in real-time

By leveraging facial recognition, watchlist alerting, and overt and covert surveillance methods, border control and military agencies are better prepared to identify potential risks in real-time. These systems monitor known illegal border crossing hotspots, air/land/sea ports, or porous areas with either fixed or mobile checkpoints.

Not only do these advancements help improve border defense efforts, they can help military units identify threats in the field with body-worn cameras that allow them to quickly scan an area to identify dangerous individuals on a watchlist.

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Identifying Incoming Threats

Imposters, individuals with criminal backgrounds, and those with fake IDs can be identified quickly, even among large groups of people. Oosto’s advanced watchlist alerting capabilities allows border personnel to be informed when anyone from a known watchlist or risk profile appears.

Identifying Watchlist Individuals

Homeland security and border control agencies are trying to identify specific people, whether they be in crowds or specific conflict zones. Oosto enables these units to use their cameras (mobile phones or body worn) to scan a field of view and identify persons-of-interest in real time with a high degree of accuracy.

Remote, Real-Time Protection

Oosto helps create efficiencies so fewer personnel can cover a larger area with more confidence. In addition, agencies can leverage this technology on body-worn cameras allowing agents to be more proactive when patrolling dangerous or remote areas, ensuring our borders are monitored and secure.

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