About Agent Vi
Agent Video Intelligence (Agent Vi) is a leading provider of open architecture, video analytics software deployed in a variety of security, safety and business intelligence applications worldwide. The comprehensive video analytics solutions offered by Agent Vi extend from real-time video analysis and alerts to forensic search and post-event analysis, and are fully integrated with a range of third party edge devices and video management systems.
Integrating Agent Vi’s advanced video analytics capabilities into existing or new surveillance networks enables users to benefit from the true potential of their surveillance networks, transforming them into intelligent tools that respond to the practical challenges of the 21st century.
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Video Analytics – A Safe City Must-Have
Video analytics is the key element for any Safe City project, according to a recent White Paper by iHS Markit entitled Intelligent Video Surveillance in Safe Cities. “Ultimately, deep-learning video analytics will be an important facilitator delivering on the safe city concept… Highly reliable analytics, that are capable of making inferences on a more abstract level than tradition[al] machine vision algorithms, in a wider variety of weather conditions, will be essential to reduce false alarms and the level of manpower required to monitor video feeds.”
Reinforcing that point was Zvika Ashani’s thought leadership piece about AI applications for video analytics, featured in SourceSecurity.com, in which he explains how deep learning technology boosts video surveillance systems.
Read the story here.