Operated in:

France

Spain

Palestinian Occupied Territores

Company:

Better Tomorrow

Facial Recognition

Variations:

Anyvision  has developed ‘Better Tomorrow’ which is the world’s most advanced Tactical Surveillance System (T.S.S) for real time face recognition that uses deep learning algorithms to detect, track and recognize a Person of Interest (POI) at any given time and scene, with a 99% accuracy rate. Simultaneously analyzes multiple live video streams from various sources such as CCTV cameras, wearable or mobile cameras.[1]

Spanish telecommunications transnational Telefónica[2] and G4S[3] used AnyVision’s technology. The city of Nice[4], France, surveilled citizens with AnyVision and the entry to the London stadium was surveilled by AnyVision in 2019.[5]  In 2018 Anyvision took part in a pilot project in a train station in Berlin to monitor travelers. [6]

There is no documentation about official acquisitions of Better Tomorrow. AnyVision was reportedly operating in: France, Spain, Germany, United Kingdom, United States and Israel.

Use by Israeli forces:

AnyVision plays a direct role in Israel’s military occupation of the Palestinian West Bank, which includes Israel’s illegal wall and military checkpoints. According to the Israeli army, AnyVision is part of a “program to upgrade” military checkpoints in the West Bank through adding technology for new “identification and inspection stations”. The Israeli newspaper TheMarker has learned that Anyvision is taking part in two special projects in assisting the Israeli army in the West Bank. One involves a system that it has installed at army checkpoints that thousands of Palestinians pass through each day on their way to work from the West Bank. The product lets the army quickly identify whether the person passing through has an Israeli work permit, thereby shortening the wait at the border.

Anyvision also maintains cameras for the Israeli military deep inside the West Bank to spy on Palestinians and enable the Israeli military’s illegal targeting of civilians.[7]

Better Tomorrow

Facial Recognition

 Anyvision  has developed ‘Better Tomorrow’ which is the world’s most advanced Tactical Surveillance System (T.S.S) for real time face recognition that uses deep learning algorithms to detect, track and recognize a Person of Interest (POI) at any given time and scene, with a 99% accuracy rate. Simultaneously analyzes multiple live video streams from various sources such as CCTV cameras, wearable or mobile cameras.[1]

Spanish telecommunications transnational Telefónica[2] and G4S[3] used AnyVision’s technology. The city of Nice[4], France, surveilled citizens with AnyVision and the entry to the London stadium was surveilled by AnyVision in 2019.[5]  In 2018 Anyvision took part in a pilot project in a train station in Berlin to monitor travelers. [6]

There is no documentation about official acquisitions of Better Tomorrow. AnyVision was reportedly operating in: France, Spain, Germany, United Kingdom, United States and Israel.

AnyVision plays a direct role in Israel’s military occupation of the Palestinian West Bank, which includes Israel’s illegal wall and military checkpoints. According to the Israeli army, AnyVision is part of a “program to upgrade” military checkpoints in the West Bank through adding technology for new “identification and inspection stations”. The Israeli newspaper TheMarker has learned that Anyvision is taking part in two special projects in assisting the Israeli army in the West Bank. One involves a system that it has installed at army checkpoints that thousands of Palestinians pass through each day on their way to work from the West Bank. The product lets the army quickly identify whether the person passing through has an Israeli work permit, thereby shortening the wait at the border.

Anyvision also maintains cameras for the Israeli military deep inside the West Bank to spy on Palestinians and enable the Israeli military’s illegal targeting of civilians.[1]