Gartner Market Trends


We are delighted to announce that Herta has been named as one of the four vendors to watch in the “Market Trends: Facial Recognition in Physical Security — Differentiating the Good, the Bad and the Ugly.”

According to Gartner, their “market survey has identified over 80 vendors worldwide that offer facial recognition or facial verification capabilities.” Read this report to understand how Gartner analysts have differentiated “the good, the bad and the ugly” in this market.

Link to report ( gartner )


About Herta

Herta is a world leader in the development of hi-tech facial recognition solutions. Based in Barcelona and with offices in Madrid, London, Los Angeles, Montevideo and Singapore, the company offers fast, accurate, robust, end-customer oriented solutions for video surveillance, access control, and marketing requirements.
International projects include safe-cities, airports, train and metro stations, prisons, banks, casinos, sports stadiums, shopping malls, military, police and forensic applications. Herta has partners in 50 countries and more than 150 certified integrators globally.

Disclaimer: Gartner, Market Trends: Facial Recognition for Enhanced Physical Security — Differentiating the Good, the Bad and the Ugly, 5 April 2019, Nick Ingelbrecht
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Today, the industry is under going a fundamental switch to deep-learning approaches for facial recognition, which has improved the performance and functionality of n:n facial recognition systems.