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Interface Systems launches AI-based voice-down system

Interface Systems launches AI-based voice-down system

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Service provider Interface Systems announced the release of its intelligent, AI-based voice-down system the company said is designed to automatically detect and discourage loitering and other suspicious activity in the perimeter of a store or restaurant.

The system utilizes modern AI-cameras along with customizable audio messages, auxiliary lighting, and sirens to detect people and vehicles loitering or acting suspiciously. Interface Systems promises the system offers a rate of 99.9 percent accuracy and warns trespassers of security presence and possible law enforcement action.

“The intelligent voice-down product addresses specific challenges for our multi-location consumer-facing business markets. This is a perfect example of how Interface Systems can rapidly innovate based on customer demand. It’s the unique, customizable multi-stage aspect of this solution that truly sets it apart,” said Brian Garavuso, chief technology officer, Interface Systems.

Unlike similar solutions, Interface Systems said its platforms autonomous voice-down solution utilizes multi-staged announcement progressions combined with additional visual and audible deterrents offering bespoke responses to suit varied contexts like vandalism, loitering, dumpster diving, unwarranted drop-offs after business hours, and more.

Interface Systems also said the platform can be used for non-security-related tasks like providing routine announcements to welcome customers during operating hours or to remind employees of operational procedures.

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