The collar camera produced by ASELSAN for the gendarmerie teams enables criminals to be detected thanks to software powered by artificial intelligence technologies and big data analysis.
The collar camera used by the Gendarmerie General Command to detect criminals attracted great attention at the State Incentives Promotion Days held at the ATO Congresium Congress and Exhibition Center by the Presidency of Communications. The EKS-2WX collar camera, produced by ASELSAN for the gendarmerie teams providing order and security, instantly detects criminals thanks to software powered by artificial intelligence technologies and big data analysis.
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The collar camera, which was first used in Ankara's Gölbaşı district and then in Hakkari, Şırnak, Bitlis and Siirt, is planned to be a part of the security practices of the gendarmerie in all provinces in 2023. Providing information about the collar camera to the journalists, Sergeant Sergeant Serkan Arsoy said that the collar camera has been in use for a year.
Stating that they are continuing their efforts to make the collar camera available in all provinces, Arsoy said, “The Gendarmerie personnel wear the camera on their collar and perform face recognition, person scanning and fake identity inquiries at road checkpoints. In addition, it makes identity inquiries quickly by ensuring public order and security without making our citizens wait.” said.
Stating that the collar camera greatly alleviates the workload of the gendarmerie and that it is very easy to use, Arsoy said, “Instead of collecting ID on a bus, we make a quick identity check by looking at the person's face. It helps us to ensure public order and security more quickly, without making the citizens wait.” he said.