Geutebruck Announces the Integration of BriefCam Video Analytics
Geutebrück, a leader in innovative video security solutions announced that BriefCam now integrates with its enterprise-class video management system. This exciting integration provides even more options in analytics.
“We are very pleased to announce the partnership with BriefCam and feel its capabilities compliment Geutebrück products,” said J. Terry Ottinger, Geutebrück president. “The BriefCam complete video content analytics platform drives exponential value from surveillance system investments by making video searchable, actionable and quantifiable.”
BriefCam’s comprehensive video content analytics platform utilizes the extracted and aggregated video metadata — such as facial recognition, appearance similarity, vehicles, background changes, size, color, speed, path, direction, and dwell time — enabling users to accelerate investigations, attain situational awareness and derive operational intelligence for data-driven safety, security, and operational decision making. This best-in-class video analytics technology seamlessly integrates with Geutebrück VMS, making the combination an agile and effective solution.
BriefCam quickly and efficiently retrieves recorded video directly from Geutebrück’s servers using the MIPS SDK. After the initial setup, the user is presented with the list of licensed cameras in which the user can select any number of cameras from which video will be fetched. After selecting the desired period of time, the Geutebrück plug-in copies the video from the Geutebrück server to the BriefCam server and begins processing.
The solution offers real-time and on-demand video processing applications. In this application, BriefCam can receive a continuous real-time video stream from the MIPS SDK. BriefCam then processes and analyzes the video on-the-fly and generates alerts that match pre-set rules and conditions. These real-time alerts are sent to the Geutebrück servers to create an event and trigger an action, such as a pop-up alert. The video is then tagged as an event on the Geutebrück server and searchable.
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