Allied Universal, a security and facility services company in North America, announced a broad array of new all-inclusive capabilities and divisions, which will be showcased at the Global Security Exchange Conference (Booth #523) Sept. 8-12 at Chicago’s McCormick Place.
Snap Network Surveillance, the developer of an AI-based intelligent tracking software for large-scale security camera networks, will be participating as an ecosystem development partner in the Security and Safety Things (SAST) booth #10037 at the upcoming GSX Expo in Chicago, Sept. 10-12.
Vaion, just a few months out of stealth mode, today announced its launch into the North American market with comprehensive demonstrations at GSX 2019. Vaion will exhibit in booth #1819 with a rapidly expanding commercial team ready to provide custom demos.
On a mission to create safer communities, companies, and environments, Vintra uses artificial intelligence to augment the established surveillance systems deployed to protect the spaces where people work, learn, and travel. Vintra works with private companies, higher education, and law enforcement to transform visual data from any camera — including mobile sources like drones and dash cams — into actionable, tailored and trusted intelligence with proprietary deep learning algorithms. Backed by investors including Bonfire Ventures, Vertex Ventures and London Venture Partners, Vintra has raised $4.8 million to date.
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.
Schneider Electric, a leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, is hosting more than 1,200 customers, partners, suppliers and influencers at its latest Innovation Summit, today and tomorrow, Nov. 13-14 in Atlanta.
ROG Security Cloud Service from ROG Security Inc. enhances a facility’s video system with real-time video threat analysis by using ROG’s cloud-based artificial intelligence and advanced neural network learning system.
In China, which has an estimated 200 million surveillance cameras already in use, some cities are using facial recognition and AI technology to track and identify criminals and in some cases to shame people for law infractions, according to an article in The New York Times.
Pelco by Schneider Electric, a global leader in surveillance and security, today announced a technology alliance with IBM, the global technology company and leader in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI), to create “Pelco Analytics Powered by IBM.”
In our September issue, we present the "The Bigger Picture of Enterprise Access Control". See "Low Light Camera Performance Continues Its Rapid Rise" and find out how "Transformative Leadership: The Past Can Predict the Future" in this month's SDM Magazing.