viisights, developer of advanced AI-powered behavior recognition video analytics, and EAGL Technology, a provider of gunshot detection and lockdown systems headquartered in Albuquerque, N.M., have partnered to create and deploy unique and comprehensive video understanding technology designed to detect armed persons and provide real-time early alerts.
Cogniac Corporation, provider of enterprise-class Artificial Intelligence (AI) image and video analysis, and Cisco Meraki have announced a strategic partnership to accelerate the delivery of AI-powered computer vision applications at the edge of the network.
Organizations are expanding their focus beyond solving immediate health and safety challenges and are looking to utilize security technology to also drive operational efficiencies, find cost savings, and optimize logistics.
Ford and ADT Inc. will invest in a new joint venture called Canopy that combines ADT’s security monitoring and Ford’s AI-driven video camera technology to help customers strengthen security of new and existing vehicles across automotive brands.
Like many areas of the security industry, enterprise access control saw many changes in 2020. Now in 2021, the needs and expectations of what access control systems can provide are continuing to evolve, says James Segil, vice president of access control at Motorola Solutions, Chicago.
The challenge that Allstate faced in entering this competitive space was how to effectively manage video signal traffic, known to cause much more frequent false and nuisance alarms, without disrupting the quality of service the company has always prided itself in providing to traditional monitoring customers.
viisights Inc., the developer of innovative behavioral recognition systems for real-time video intelligence, deployed a new installation in the city of Eilat, Israel to detect, predict and analyze events of interests in real-time and alert authorities of crowding, violent/suspicious activity, traffic or crowd congestion and more.
IDIS America and Virtual Management Intelligence (VMI) are working together to deliver AI-supported remote surveillance services, including business operations monitoring, in sectors such as transportation, warehousing, Cannabis production, food processing, banking and finance.