Oct 06, 2016 06:21 AM EDT

Fujistu's AI Technology is Now on City Monitoring and Parking Management Solutions

By jen master
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The Fujitsu logo is on display in front of the company''s headquarters for Fujitsu Kawasaki August 24, 2001 in Tokyo, Japan. The company announced a restructuring program to help counter effects from the continued weakness in the global information technology market and said it would eliminate 16,400 jobs. (Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images)
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Fujitsu, the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company, has recently announced the development of solutions that uses image analysis through Human Centric AI Zinrai artificial intelligence and supercomputer technologies.

They call it the FUJITSU Technical Computing Solution GREENAGES Citywide Surveillance software and the FUJITSU Technical Computing Solution GREENAGES Parking Analysis software which, according to the official website of Fujitsu, enables real time understanding of urban conditions, and intelligent parking management, respectively.

Fujitsu also said that with the advanced AI technology, it would be easier for users of the software to monitor variety of data, for example, type or make of vehicles, or even the type of clothing someone is wearing.

"For customers with monitoring needs beyond vehicles or people, Fujitsu's AI experts will provide AI learning services with expanded image analysis capabilities, built on highly accurate recognition models," Fijutsu said.

In a report from the SG Finance (Yahoo), it says that Fujitsu is seeking to build a society which is human-centric intelligent, whereby people can live with greater prosperity and security.

Fujitsu said that the solutions were products of their desire to help protect people from any sort of crime, natural disasters and accidents. These software which use surveillance cameras were also designed to ensure peace and order.

Through a sophisticated AI technology, the Citywide surveillance can recognize vehicle, license plate, and human identification; has the ability to count vehicles and people recording the time of detection; and has capability to recognize person's face and detect faces that have been registered in advance.

On the other hand, the Parking Analysis can ascertain the status of up to 100 parking spots per surveillance camera. Its major features are the following: monitoring of parking spots and zones, anomaly detection, and time series analysis.

"By combining this solution with Citywide Surveillance, even more sophisticated parking management can be achieved, such as managing more detailed vehicle data, including types of cars and license plate numbers, or monitoring vehicle break-ins," Fujitsu said.

 

 

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