AI Case Study
Malaysia's Auxiliary Force improves pubic security by equipping officers with
In February 2018, Malaysia’s Auxiliary Force deployed Yitu Technology's facial recognition technology. By equipping the Force’s officers' uniforms with live body cameras, officials will be able to analyse the footage and identify persons of interest.
Public And Social Sector
"Auxiliary Force Sdn. Bhd. (AFSB), a member of Royal Malaysia Police Cooperative Bhd., is working with YITU Technology (YITU), a pioneer in Artificial Intelligence (AI) research and innovation, to transform and augment Malaysia’s public safety and law enforcement efforts. As YITU’s client in Malaysia, AFSB is the first security force in the country to integrate body-worn cameras with cutting-edge facial recognition technology.
In line with efforts to enhance the way auxiliary police safeguard the community, infrastructure and assets, AFSB has tapped YITU’s facial recognition technology to allow officers to review captured video footage to positively identify persons of interest post-event. Implemented since February 2018, the body-worn cameras are currently in use by auxiliary police officers of AFSB at various critical infrastructure, with plans to increase the roll-out to more locations across Malaysia in the near future. YITU is working with its system integration partner in Malaysia, Build Technology Converge, to deploy the body-worn camera system.
YITU’s facial recognition solutions are currently being used for security at Chinese tourist locations including ports, and public spaces which require high safety standards."
"Auxiliary Force Sdn. Bhd. was established on 16th March 2015 with its main responsibility to administer and manage Polis Bantuan of the Royal Malaysia Police Cooperative Berhad. With its core value on knowledge, expertise and skills in areas of policing, AFSB is committed to introduce quality and highly advanced Polis Bantuan that is systematically and well managed. Apart from security management of Polis Bantuan, AFSB also offers the overall scope in enabling the Polis Bantuan services, and has its services rendered by many private sectors across the country."
Facial recognition technology
Video footage through camera