Maxxess InSite Awareness and Response Coordination System combines “system intelligence” and “human intelligence” to detect and respond to unfolding events in real-time — all of which is queued, organized and displayed on a highly intuitive user interface.
Though many projects have been proven with pilots and real-case deployments, artificial intelligence (AI) in the security industry is in the relatively early stages and its role in video surveillance is as varied as the vertical markets that implement it.
Alarm.com announced a newly deployed Artificial Intelligence (AI) architecture and video analytics service. The Alarm.com platform can now monitor video streams in real time and alert property owners about important events, while ignoring routine movement.
AnyVision, a leader in the design and development of artificial intelligence and recognition platforms, announced a new technology integration relationship with Genetec Inc. This strategic relationship will allow AnyVision end users to directly integrate into Genetec technology, including its video management software (VMS).
Further expanding its smart home ecosystem for custom installers, Nortek Security & Control (NSC) today announced the addition of nine new ELAN surveillance cameras leveraging advanced motion detection analytics from NSC’s IntelliVision. The new cameras feature advanced motion detection analytics and include both 2MP and 4MP indoor and outdoor dome cameras, with fixed and varifocal lens options.
What are the top technologies industrial visionaries need to be aware of now and, more importantly, why and how will those technologies impact their industry? To answer that important question, ABI Research, a market foresight advisory firm providing strategic guidance on the most compelling transformative technologies, identified six technologies, along with big-picture questions and answers, to help guide senior industrial leaders to make key transformative technology decisions.
IC Realtime, a leader in digital surveillance and security technology has introduced “Ella,” a cloud-based deep-learning search engine that augments surveillance systems with natural language search capabilities across recorded video footage.