Image analysis and facial recognition in Digital Asset Management

QBank DAM (Digital Asset Management) is leading the way with cutting-edge features like image analysis and facial recognition, empowering users to streamline their workflows and optimize asset organization.
Let us look into metadata enrichments features in QBank that will support you in tagging your assets.

Image point of interest mapping

In QBank all uploaded and future media that contain people, faces, or other interesting objects, can automatically be mapped out and tagged.
These point of interests can then be highlighted visually on the media preview.

Suggested keywords for an asset

QBank DAM's Image Analysis feature is a game-changer for tagging and metadata work. With a single click, users can now generate a list of suggested keywords for their images, based on the visual content within the files. This intelligent technology, powered by Google Vision, analyzes the images and identifies key elements, objects, and scenes present in them.
With one click you will gain a list of keywords to tag your image with, based on what’s in your picture. Sounds amazing, right!
How does it look in QBank? Here's an image of a hand holding a phone in what seems to be a coffee bar environment. Keywords suggested would for example be "hand", "drinkware", "cup" and so on. 
By a few clicks you can choose the best keywords and add them to your asset and make it easy for every user to search for it. 
Three key benefits of the suggested keywords feature:
  1. Time-Saving: With the automated keyword suggestions, users can quickly add relevant tags to their images, optimizing asset searchability and retrieval.
  2. Consistency: The suggested keywords ensure consistent metadata across all assets, promoting a standardized approach to asset organization.
  3. Enhanced Discoverability: Accurate and comprehensive tagging enables users to find the right assets effortlessly, enhancing overall productivity.

Manage consent with facial recognition

QBank DAM's Facial Recognition feature offers a robust solution for identifying faces within images. Whether you have a collection of portraits or event photographs, this functionality can automatically detect and tag the faces, making it easier to organize and search for assets.
However, we understand that privacy and consent are critical considerations when dealing with facial recognition technology. QBank DAM acknowledges this concern and provides built-in consent process options to ensure compliance with data protection regulations.

QBank DAM's Consent feature allows users to manage consent settings for facial recognition. When enabled, individuals in the images can grant or revoke consent for their faces to be recognized and tagged.


With the consent feature, you can:
  1. Prioritize Privacy: Respect the privacy of individuals by obtaining explicit consent before using their images for facial recognition.

  2. Remain compliant: Align with data protection regulations, ensuring that you meet the necessary requirements and protect your users' data.

  3. Be flexible: The consent settings can be adjusted for specific images or image collections, offering flexibility in handling facial recognition.

External usage

In addition to its remarkable Image Analysis and Facial Recognition features, QBank DAM offers an invaluable "External Usage" functionality. This powerful feature allows users to track where specific images have been used on the internet, safeguarding image copyright and ensuring compliance with usage terms and limitations.

Benefits of the feature "External Usage":
  1. Protect image copyright: As content creators, protecting image copyright is crucial to maintaining ownership and preventing unauthorized usage. QBank DAM's "External Usage" feature provides insights into where your images appear online, enabling you to identify any potential infringements.
  2. Monitor media portals: For users who share numerous images on media portals or websites, this feature becomes particularly valuable. It allows you to manage the usage of your assets and ensures they are not being used against agreed terms and limitations.
  3. Maintain brand consistency: Monitoring external usage helps maintain brand consistency and integrity. By knowing where your images are displayed, you can ensure that they are appropriately used and aligned with your branding guidelines.
  4. Ensure licensing compliance: For organizations that license their images, tracking external usage is essential for monitoring proper licensing compliance. This helps prevent unauthorized distribution and protects the value of your licensed assets.

How it works:
QBank DAM's "External Usage" feature employs advanced web crawling and reverse image search technology to find instances of your images on the internet. By simply providing the image URL or file, the system scours the web for any instances where the image appears.

Upon locating external usages, QBank DAM presents you with a list of the websites or media portals where the image has been found. This comprehensive insight empowers you to take appropriate action if any unauthorized use is detected.
By embracing these cutting-edge features, users can experience seamless asset organization, enhanced search capabilities, and a strengthened commitment to data privacy. 
Bank DAM continues to be at the forefront of innovation, delivering top-notch solutions to optimize your digital asset management workflows.

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