QVR Face

Intelligent Facial Recognition Solution
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Re: QVR Face

Post by QNAP_JT » Thu May 21, 2020 10:28 am

Hi all,

I'm glad to tell you that QVR Face expands to support more models including AMD series. If you have models listed below, you can download the QVR Face Tiger from App Center on your NAS.

・TVS-672N/TVS-872N
・TVS-672XT/TVS-872XT
・TVS-682/TVS-882/TVS-882BR
・TS-677/TS-877


For those using TS-253B/TS-253Be/TVS-472XT, QNAP'll publish QVR Face Insight probably next week. Stay tuned.

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Re: QVR Face

Post by QNAP_JT » Thu May 21, 2020 10:33 am

qristo76 wrote:
Tue Feb 18, 2020 7:55 pm
Hi,

Will QVR Face be available on very powerfull intel Core i5 QNAP EC880U R2?

Thx,
q.
You can download it from APP Center on QNAP website by selecting TVS-872 model for a trial.(http://srcqnap.qnap.com.tw/en/app_cente ... Face+Tiger)
QNAP'll keep testing and verifying to ensure the APP is stable enough to run on various models.

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QVR Face

Post by Trexx » Fri May 22, 2020 3:40 am

QNAP_JT wrote:
qristo76 wrote:
Tue Feb 18, 2020 7:55 pm
Hi,

Will QVR Face be available on very powerfull intel Core i5 QNAP EC880U R2?

Thx,
q.
You can download it from APP Center on QNAP website by selecting TVS-872 model for a trial.(http://srcqnap.qnap.com.tw/en/app_cente ... Face+Tiger)
QNAP'll keep testing and verifying to ensure the APP is stable enough to run on various models.
Any plans to add support for the x73 families of AMD boxes?


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Re: QVR Face

Post by QNAP_JT » Thu May 28, 2020 3:35 pm

Trexx wrote:
Fri May 22, 2020 3:40 am
QNAP_JT wrote:
qristo76 wrote:
Tue Feb 18, 2020 7:55 pm
Hi,

Will QVR Face be available on very powerfull intel Core i5 QNAP EC880U R2?

Thx,
q.
You can download it from APP Center on QNAP website by selecting TVS-872 model for a trial.(http://srcqnap.qnap.com.tw/en/app_cente ... Face+Tiger)
QNAP'll keep testing and verifying to ensure the APP is stable enough to run on various models.
Any plans to add support for the x73 families of AMD boxes?


Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk

You can download it from APP Center on QNAP website by selecting TS-677/877 model for a trial.(https://download.qnap.com/QPKG/qvr-face ... 07_x86.zip)

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Re: QVR Face

Post by rafale » Tue Jun 30, 2020 5:35 am

Don't really mean to troll this thread but just sharing experience and information.
I installed and tested on my 1282 and really couldn't find any benefit to it. I like the interface but that's not enough for me to justify a license.
I have since implemented a much better solution and open-source which has been available for a few years on the QNAP though a home assistant VM and have added a GPU to the QNAP to make it even faster. There are actually been plenty of open source options. I intend on continuing to investigate various options. I am currently using dlib.
Server: TVS-872XT i9 9900 ES, 64GB DDR4 2666MHz, intel X550-T2, Asus RTX3070 Dual OC (On pico PSU), 2x Phison E12 1TB M.2, 4x Micron 5210 7.68TB, 4x WD Purple 4TB
Backup NAS: TS-473 20GB DDR4 2400MHz, Mellanox ConnectX3, 2x Samsung PM871b 256GB M.2, 4x WD Red 8TB
Former units: TVS-1282, TS-871, TS-469

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Re: QVR Face

Post by juberstine » Tue Jan 05, 2021 7:10 am

Can you release this on the 451+. That should meet the min specs.

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Re: QVR Face

Post by QNAP_JT » Tue Mar 23, 2021 2:08 pm

rafale wrote:
Tue Jun 30, 2020 5:35 am
Don't really mean to troll this thread but just sharing experience and information.
I installed and tested on my 1282 and really couldn't find any benefit to it. I like the interface but that's not enough for me to justify a license.
I have since implemented a much better solution and open-source which has been available for a few years on the QNAP though a home assistant VM and have added a GPU to the QNAP to make it even faster. There are actually been plenty of open source options. I intend on continuing to investigate various options. I am currently using dlib.
Dear Rafale,

You're right. There're plenty of open-source for facial recognition users can choose.
QNAP dedicated to provide an easy-to-deploy and use product and it also is deeply integrated with our own surveillance systems.
Currently, we just announced a new version which is more powerful and stable.
Brand new feature "Face Search" ,which can help you search and playback the footage by one's name or image, is also included. (should work with QVR Pro v2.0.0.0)
Welcome to give it a try!

Here's the eNews for QVR Face v1.1.0.0:
https://www.qnap.com/en/news/2021/qnap- ... rveillance

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Re: QVR Face

Post by QNAP_JT » Tue Mar 23, 2021 2:26 pm

juberstine wrote:
Tue Jan 05, 2021 7:10 am
Can you release this on the 451+. That should meet the min specs.
I'm glad to tell you that we're going to release v1.2.0.0 which supports QNAP Intel X86 models including x51 series at the end of March.

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Re: QVR Face

Post by rafale » Thu Mar 25, 2021 1:14 pm

QNAP_JT wrote:
Tue Mar 23, 2021 2:08 pm
Dear Rafale,

You're right. There're plenty of open-source for facial recognition users can choose.
QNAP dedicated to provide an easy-to-deploy and use product and it also is deeply integrated with our own surveillance systems.
Currently, we just announced a new version which is more powerful and stable.
Brand new feature "Face Search" ,which can help you search and playback the footage by one's name or image, is also included. (should work with QVR Pro v2.0.0.0)
Welcome to give it a try!

Here's the eNews for QVR Face v1.1.0.0:
https://www.qnap.com/en/news/2021/qnap- ... rveillance
Thank you! It's been 9 months and I have since developed my own solution with a state of the art model and integrated it in my home automation system about 6 months ago. (all run on the QNAP)
Server: TVS-872XT i9 9900 ES, 64GB DDR4 2666MHz, intel X550-T2, Asus RTX3070 Dual OC (On pico PSU), 2x Phison E12 1TB M.2, 4x Micron 5210 7.68TB, 4x WD Purple 4TB
Backup NAS: TS-473 20GB DDR4 2400MHz, Mellanox ConnectX3, 2x Samsung PM871b 256GB M.2, 4x WD Red 8TB
Former units: TVS-1282, TS-871, TS-469

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