The Samara Museum of Art Nouveau is in full swing testing the system of protection of exhibits, implemented on the basis of computer vision. The latest "smart" eye, according to MIR 24, will reliably protect valuable exhibits presented in Russian museum institutions.
The system, based on powerful artificial intelligence, analyzes the video stream from surveillance cameras and identifies any suspicious activity, which is immediately reported to security officials. Using the system will make impossible such unpleasant incidents as the abduction of the painting "Ai-Petri. Crimea" by Arkhip Kuindzhi from the State Tretyakov Gallery.
Mikhail Milyutkin, technical director of the project to create a smart security system for museums, says that the development is based on a powerful AI responsible for machine vision. "The system is compatible with any complex for video surveillance - AI analyzes the video stream and detects suspicious activity," Milyutkin said.
The system from Samara programmers can be used not only to protect museums but also to monitor any public place.
According to planet-today.ru, flexible system configuration allows you to use it to prevent terrorist attacks - for example, a smart eye can find suspicious objects left at train stations and airports.
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