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Calipsa’s false alarm reduction platform chosen by Radius Security

First Canadian monitoring center to choose Calipsa’s cloud-based technology

November 17, 2020  By  SP&T Staff

Calipsa announced that its false alarm filtering platform is being used by Richmond, B.C.-based Radius Security.

Calipsa’s false alarm reduction technology uses artificial intelligence to filter out false alarms with a 99.5% accuracy rate. According to the company, Calipsa’s technology recognizes alarms caused by human or vehicle movement, while filtering out notifications resulting from nuisance factors such as animals, lighting, weather or foliage.

Aleksei Bulavko, research, development and production manager at Radius Security, said the Calipsa technology would further enhance his company’s reputation as a top-tier monitoring station.

“With our Redhanded Human Detection solution, our focus is on catching criminals in the act,” Bulavko said in a prepared statement. “Calipsa enables us to do this at a greater capacity, meaning an even faster police response time for our customers.”


Brian Baker, vice-president, Americas, Calipsa, said the false alarm filtering platform will enhance Radius Security operators’ efficiency by enabling them to concentrate on genuine alarms.

“Also, Calipsa’s cloud-based technology requires Radius Security to install no hardware devices,” he said. “Initial installation and future upgrades are quickly and remotely integrated with station operating software and customer cameras without incurring on-site installation costs.”

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