IndigoVision’s AI expanding to include latest security features • ISC West 2018
IndigoVision has announced that the next release of their Artificial Intelligence powered by BriefCam will include the latest security features, and will be launched in the coming weeks, in addition to it being previewed at ISC West 2018 this week.
IndigoVision’s Artificial Intelligence powered by BriefCam allows IndigoVision customers to review hours of footages in minutes, identifying people and objects of interest by object type, attribution, direction, colour or size.
The recently announced BriefCam v5 introduces new capabilities across all three of the platform’s integrated modules. The new version harnesses the process-once-use-many paradigm throughout the platform.
These new features and capabilities are directly aligned with IndigoVision’s offering, the company says, providing customers with statistical analysis reports, business intelligence insights and multi-camera search and facial recognition. The user interface is also now entirely browser-based, allowing operators to connect without needing to install software.
“I’m delighted that IndigoVision’s technology partnership with BriefCam means that we are on the leading edge of Artificial Intelligence in the security industry, providing IndigoVision customers with the most powerful analytics that use deep learning technology to convert raw video into quantitative, actionable insights.”
IndigoVision’s technology partnership with BriefCam began in early 2017.
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