Nodeflux: Automating computer vision analysis for the smart cities of tomorrow


Indonesia’s first facial recognition tech company aims to become a central player in Jakarta’s smart city push 

Fans of spy thrillers like the Bourne movies or Person of Interest will be familiar with the concept of advanced AI that analyzes CCTV footage to recognize faces, track movements and perhaps detect criminal activity in real time. Today, such computer vision technology is being actively developed and applied by police and security agencies around the world. Computer vision technology can be expensive to apply, not to mention controversial. Indonesian startup Nodeflux, however, is confident it can bring this advanced technology to the local market. Nodeflux offers software and infrastructure tha...
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