SAFR is standalone facial recognition system that runs on consumer-grade Apple Mac computers, and operates as a closed, on-premise solution. SAFR is highly scalable, and can be used across computers, devices, and cameras without sacrificing ease-of-use.
SAFR consists of three primary parts:
- SAFR platform
- SAFR desktop app
- SAFR mobile app
The SAFR platform is the underlying engine that powers the SAFR desktop and SAFR mobile applications. The platform includes the SAFR Server and two core applications, called SAFR and SAFR Actions (IFTT), that are used to operate and administer the SAFR System. The SAFR platform also contains the SAFR recognition engine, database, and SAFR API.
The SAFR desktop app is where administrators interact with SAFR, monitor video feeds, register users, view recognition data, and much more. It’s the bridge between the cameras and the SAFR Platform.
The SAFR mobile app turns any Apple mobile device into a registration kiosk where you can register a face into the system, or a recognition panel that can scan and recognize faces, and then compare them against registered faces.