Bosch introduces cameras based on Inteox open camera platform
Inteox open platform enables users to leverage built-in Artificial Intelligence (AI) to create apps or install apps from Security & Safety Things (S&ST) Application Store
March 16, 2021 By SP&T Staff
Bosch has introduced the first cameras based on its Inteox open camera platform starting with the MIC inteox 7100i.
These Inteox cameras can be classified as “Driven by OSSA.” This signifies that the cameras follow the Open Security & Safety Alliance (OSSA) Technology Stack for video security devices, ensuring seamless connectivity with the Security & Safety Things (S&ST) Application Store.
MIC inteox 7100i cameras support solutions with built-in Artificial Intelligence (AI). It includes Intelligent Video Analytics, Camera Trainer based on machine learning, and video analytics based on deep neural networks (DNN). These built-in AI capabilities enable Inteox cameras to understand what they see and add sense and structure to captured video data with metadata.
The MIC inteox 7100i object classification (OC) models are made specifically for Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) applications. Powered by the edge computation capabilities of the Inteox platform, the introductory OC models present a novelty in the field of AI. They offer a Traffic Detector, an additional Video Analytics feature based on DNN that helps distinguish and classify automobiles in congested scenes with precise detail. The insights delivered by the cameras’ Traffic Detector help detect the presence and volume of vehicles to intelligently control traffic lights to keep traffic flowing when monitoring intersections.
Future OC models planned for June 2021 will expand upon these DNN-based features offering greater granularity of data when generating actionable insights for various traffic applications.
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