Integrated behavioural analytics and VMS solution

Issue 5 2022 CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

viisights, a developer of behavioural recognition systems for real-time video intelligence, and Qognify, a provider of advanced video management solutions (VMS), have partnered to offer a seamlessly integrated solution that automates event detection and analysis.

The integrated solution dramatically increases situational awareness by employing artificial intelligence (AI) to autonomously detect, analyse, and understand situations and events as they are unfolding.

Pat Aiello, VP business development & sales, North America, viisights, says, “The integration of viisights intelligent behavioural analytics with Qognify’s Qognify VMS and Ocularis provides users with a cost-effective and powerful integrated solution that dramatically increases security and safety, while effectively minimising risk and liabilities.”

Jeremy Howard, vice president of sales, physical security – Americas, at Qognify adds, “We see an increasing need for fully integrated physical security solutions that enable organisations to detect critical events in real time in order to be able to respond quickly and to minimise their impact. viisights innovative behavioural analytics add a new layer of intelligence and predictive analysis to the Qognify VMS and Ocularis platforms, thus creating substantial added value especially for vertical markets such as public transport, higher education, smart and safe cities, and corporate campus environments.”

Viisights’ behavioural analytics leverage the latest advancements in imaging technology to deliver new benchmarks in video intelligence that transcend traditional real-time surveillance monitoring and forensics by providing actionable intelligence to minimise liabilities and prevent incidents from escalating. Unlike conventional video analytics that use pixel technology to recognise static objects and classify objects, viisights behavioural analytics employ AI to autonomously detect, analyse and understand actions and events. This level of video understanding is based on a unique implementation of deep neural networks capable of analysing and defining specific activities using video streams from conventional security cameras.

Qognify’s video management solutions are designed to help enterprise organisations minimise the impact of incidents. This is made possible by an open-platform approach with powerful driver-based interfaces that enable bi-directional interaction with third-party systems such as access control or video analysis. These advancements eliminate the need to switch between different systems and applications, thus creating an improved situational understanding and speeding up the response while maintaining focus on the developing scene.

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