Computer vision can automatically extract data from images and video, whether it's government documents and forms or surveillance video and body cameras. Adding computer vision to government services can help both officials and citizens build a safer community.
License Plate Reading and Matching
Produce a Trained Model in Hours, Not Weeks
Roboflow seamlessly integrates with the most popular labeling services and training tools.
Quickly Verify Government Documents and Identification
Replace the time-consuming task of scanning government documents and verifying a person's identity. Computer vision can reduce government operational expenses while improving productivity and public security.
Collect Image and Video Data for Training
Automatically convert video and image data collected from surveillance and body cameras into actionable insights to improve the safety of both law enforcement and the public. By using Roboflow Annotate, you can begin labeling and training your own computer vision model today, or outsource these tasks to your preferred annotation service.
Continuously Improve and Scale Your Model After Implementation
As a centralized management tool for your datasets, Roboflow allows you to deploy your model and scale it as you collect more data. Easily detect and categorize objects and patterns, adjust configurations, and experiment with different labeling and training services.
Improve Model Quality With Less Data
Roboflow helps you get the most out of your training data.
We integrate directly with the most popular labeling and training services. This provides you with flexibility when it comes to implementing your model on various devices.
Create more training data without uploading more images. Simulate weather and lighting changes with different contrast levels and degradation. This generated training data improves the accuracy of your model.
Dataset Health Check
Get insight into the quality of your dataset and how to improve it, including a breakdown of class balance and dimension insights. The annotation heatmap indicates how accurately your images have been labeled.
Ready to enhance government services with computer vision?