iOmniscient's unique non-motion detection system is able to identify suspicious objects left in public areas for a period of time. It is able to draw a security officer's attention to the camera on which the object is visible, and can instantaneously determine exactly when the item was left and can show the image of the person who left it there.
David Slatem, VP for sales of iOmniscient, said, "Our non-motion detection is coping particularly well with the busy environment which is often crowded with large numbers of people moving around in the areas under surveillance. When an object is left unattended, the system is intelligent enough to identify that it is the same object even though it may be obscured for a period of time.
"Our system can handle an unlimited number of stationary objects being placed within view of the camera and there is no need to preset the region for the detection - everything the camera sees is under surveillance. Our unique light management module which considerably minimises false positive detections due to fluctuations in light has played a significant part in the success at this site."
iOmniscient's internationally patented artificial intelligence technology was developed in Australia and is promoted by the Australian government as part of the its Technology Showcase program. It has drawn wide interest from security organisations as remote from Australia as Israel, Europe and the USA and recently exhibited at the IFSEC show at NEC Birmingham in the UK.
For more information contact Ivy Li, iOmniscient, 0961 2 9411 7776, email@example.com
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