Arteco and A.I. Tech partnership

September 2015 News, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

Arteco has partnered with A.I. Tech, a company founded in 2010 to offer advanced solutions for intelligent video and audio analysis in the retail and security vertical markets. This has led to a new product offering that will appeal to anyone looking for an open system capable of handling dozens of security systems, equipped with video analysis algorithms, while maintaining usability.

AI-Intrusion, the intelligent video analytics system for tripwire and intrusion detection, is integrated into the Arteco NEXT eMotion, Active and Extreme solutions of the company’s Video Event Management Software. The Arteco VEMS, combined with AI-Intrusion, will meet the needs of anyone looking to increase the effectiveness of their security systems, both indoors and outdoors.

AI-Intrusion is a reliable product with a simple set-up process. Based on advanced algorithms for object detection/tracking, as well as noise filtering, it’s ideal for operations in complex environmental conditions, both indoor and outdoor.

Gennaro Percannella, A.I. Tech founder and strategic collaboration program manager: “We believe a lot in partnership with Arteco, a young but well-established company in the global market with cutting-edge products. Scientific and technological research and quality solutions are both A.I. Tech and Arteco keywords; the partnership between the companies is fresh, but the integration is advanced; we look forward with great confidence and awareness of our own means.”

Giampaolo Sabbatani, Arteco CEO, adds: “The partnership with A.I. Tech is another piece of the puzzle that we are composing to offer the market new solutions and global capabilities, the completion of which depends directly on our ability to create constructive and fair relationships with third-party partners in a win-win relationship, with real and reciprocal benefits.

For more information contact Arteco, +39 348 365 5736, msiepi@arteco.it, www.arteco-global.com



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