Vintra Inc., provider of AI-powered video analytics solutions, announced a video analytics integration that combines Vintra Fortify and Genetec Security Center. This integration will deliver an advanced forensic and real-time analytics solution, providing users with the ability to rapidly review and analyze recorded video content, automatically index live video streams and enable accurate event alerting and instant search from a single unified security platform.

“This integration helps achieve our goal of improving the way users search and monitor video for critical security and safety events with deep learning-powered video intelligence,” said Brent Boekestein, CEO and co-founder of Vintra. “We are thrilled to work together with Genetec to deliver this solution, giving security teams new force-multiplying capabilities and making it easier than ever for customers to get started on their journey of deploying AI on their live or recorded video.”

Florian Matusek, product group director, video analytics, Genetec, said, “We are pleased to add this solution to our ecosystem, giving users a single interface to perform forensic search in Security Center. Vintra’s AI-powered video analytics provide a powerful tool for our users to increase the value of their video surveillance solution.”

Vintra Fortify is a purpose-built video intelligence solution that automatically indexes video streams so they can be rapidly searched or provide immediate alerts in real time. It makes any fixed or mobile security camera smarter, with accurate critical-event alerts and lightning-fast video search.

The solution runs as an integrated workflow within the Genetec Security Center and provides Vintra’s enterprise-grade video analytics to enable faster response to unfolding events and reduce the time required for forensic investigations. Users can rapidly search hours of recorded video from Genetec-connected cameras, whether they are fixed or mobile.

Real-time analytics make it possible to detect an ever-growing corpus of objects and events on live streams of video, such as people vehicles, long guns, bags, person-down events, direction of travel, crowd formation, loitering, zones of interest, and more. A powerful rules engine monitors cameras 24/7 and sends alerts directly to the Genetec Security Center.

“These latest features represent a real leap forward in the AI-powered video understanding domain,” said Dr. Ariel Amato, co-founder and CTO of Vintra. “Our team has not only continued to meet the needs of our ever-growing customer base, but at a much higher level we are really driving the ‘next wave’ of AI in the security and safety space. We have a brilliant and experienced team that can quickly transition out from complex research projects to real domain applications. Our innovation engine is showing real returns as seen in these exciting features and we are continuing to explore the multitude of benefits that are possible with deep learning at massive scale.”

The Vintra suite is offered via two different product offerings: Vintra Prevent is the company’s enterprise-grade solution for real-time video. Typically used by organizations that have Security Operating Centers (SOCs) and their own set of hundreds or thousands of cameras, it automatically indexes video streams, delivers accurate event alerting and allows for instant search. Vintra Investigate is for dedicated investigation teams that undertake mission-critical, post-event investigations on already-recorded, third-party video.

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