Mexico’s Justice Minister, Dr. Javier Laynez Potisek, was honored to inaugurate Anáhuac University’s first courtroom, fully-automated by Maestrovision’s video recording technology.

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On August 21st 2019, took place in Mexico City’s Anáhuac University, the inauguration of the very first Courtroom.

For this special occasion, Mexico’s Justice Minister, Dr. Javier Laynez Potisek, was honored to inaugurate Anáhuac University’s first courtroom, fully-automated by MaestroVision’s video recording technology.

Dr. Javier Laynez Potisek, Mexico’s Justice Minister; Dr. Ricardo Sodi Cuellar, Law Faculty Director; Claude Turcotte, president of MaestroVision.

Anáhuac University has chosen MaestroVision’s technology for recording and managing its courtrooms. Our technology enables very high quality and 100% automated recording. No cameraman, no soundman and no production manager are needed to make a professional recording, thanks to artificial intelligence developed by MaestroVision that can detect the person speaking, automatically align the cameras, make the switch and adjust the audio levels; all this, as if a production team was on site.

MaestroVision’s President, Claude Turcotte, was proud to present his solution to Mexico’s Justice Minister, Dr. Javier Laynez Potisek and Law School Director, Dr. Ricardo Sodi Cuellar.

The introduction of this new technology on Mexican territory is just one example of MaestroVision’s development potential.

Claude Turcotte, president of MaestroVision; Dr. Javier Laynez Potisek, Mexico’s Justice Minister; Rocío Villarreal, Maestrovision’s business developer in Mexico; Dr. Ricardo Sodi Cuellar, Law Faculty Director.