DICE Co. adds Calipsa’s false alarm solutions to Matrix Interactive
November 16, 2021 By SP&T Staff
The New DICE Corporation has added Calipsa’s false alarm filtering solution to Matrix Interactive.
While the two companies both offer video analytics, the integration provides central stations and integrators that are already using Calipsa’s solution with the option to add advanced interactive and video services from Matrix Interactive.
With an open and generic platform developed by the New DICE, the integration works with any monitoring automation software and is an opportunity to add value for monitoring stations or command centres in a corporate, education or healthcare venue.
Calipsa’s analytics software for video surveillance uses deep learning algorithms to filter out false alarms caused by anything from a change in lighting to a spider’s web across a lens, with a false alarm reduction rate of 95 per cent.
Matrix Interactive offers central stations and command centres a video event monitoring, surveillance, and alarm notification suite for any video system that is accessible from any location, at any time. The unified platform provides services such as video verification, remote guarding, virtual guard tours, and virtual doorman – all using advanced video analytics, artificial intelligence, and cloud recording of events.
According to a statement from the company, the security industry is seeing a greater rise in video monitoring with an overabundance of cameras and recorded video. By integrating Matrix Interactive with Calipsa, monitoring stations and command centres will now have the opportunity to add new levels of security into their monitoring operations.
For instance, with Matrix Interactive’s verified automated scheduled video tours, the platform analyzes, understands, and prioritizes the video stream in real time. If nothing is detected during the tour, there is no need for operator intervention. The priority level determines if the video is sent to an end user, a central station operator, and/or is recorded.
The Matrix platform also offers a multi-camera video quick search feature that can instantly search through multiple cameras for an event rather than camera by camera.
“The New DICE is a fantastic partner and integrating Calipsa’s analytics into the Matrix platform offers us great potential in all the markets we serve,” said Brian Baker, Chief Revenue Officer at Calipsa, in a company statement.
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