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Release of Analyze 18.6
–Small change, big impact
April 23, 2019 Sara Ekberg

Release of Analyze 18.6
– Small change, big impact

A new release is out! This time, we have mostly focused on resolving issues and improving quality. But of course, we couldn’t help introducing some additional enhancements.

One of the biggest improvements in this release is made to the applied Face Recognition technology in Analyze DI Pro. With a revamped face detection engine, the result is significantly improved detection rates and the possibility to detect faces even in the most complex conditions, such as bad lighting, blurry and noisy streams, as well as faces at an angle. Consequently, you will experience much greater results from recognition as well.

Furthermore, users can now push cases from a workspace directly into CS Operations using Windows credentials. Along with the possibility to search for similar images from Exif thumbnails and log in to Analyze using a single sign-on, this release will hopefully eliminate manual steps in your work and thus save you a lot of time.

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