Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of today’s biggest buzzwords. But the buzz is justified: AI will significantly change all areas of life – including the event and live music industry.
Deep Impact is passionate about AI and its possibilities. The company, based in the city of Winterthur, Switzerland, is developing state-of-the-art AI-based applications. Its face recognition solution is one of the most powerful worldwide.
Banks are using this software for running background checks of new customers, whereas stadiums and football clubs use it to identify troublemakers during a match.
Deep Impact has the ambition to cover several aspects of security around an event, starting with accreditation. Staff working at an event like a festival are a potential risk – as the temporary termination of Rock am Ring showed two years ago…
The software provides a solution by performing an automatic background check (based on open source intelligence and/or blacklists from state authorities) of all event staff, as well as a verification of the person at the accreditation centre to check it is in fact the individual on the list.
Deep Impact can also be used to identify troublemakers and to analyse social media communication in a defined geo-fence, for example the area around a festival site or arena.
The software analyses the communication in this fence related to security-focused keywords. Every time a keyword is used within the fence across different social media channels, the system creates a notification. It doesn’t matter which language the message is written in, it will be captured and instantly translated via AI algorithms.
In addition to mitigating security threats, this tool can also monitor communication around black market ticket sales near a certain venue or event location.