BRS Labs sees 'exponential growth' in 2010, first quarter of 2011

Company has expanded its sales in a variety of markets


BRS Labs has published an Architectural and Engineering (A&E) Specification for incorporation into advanced video surveillance project planning. This new approach in video surveillance intelligence provides a superior alternative and is taking video surveillance beyond the industry's frustrated use of traditional video analytics. According to John Frazzini, President of BRS Labs and former Secret Service Agent, "Physical security consultants, systems integrators, A&E design firms, and end users continue to tell us that traditional video analytics technologies have failed to deliver operational value or work in their real-world applications. Simply put - they are seeking a viable and superior alternative and are expressing their beliefs by purchasing AISight as their solution and specifying artificial intelligence based behavioral analytics into their video surveillance projects".

The BRS Labs' A&E Specification is currently being used for large-scale diverse video networks around the world. Successful projects include the incorporation of AISight with video surveillance management technologies from Boeing, Lenel, IBM, SAIC, Cisco, Genetec, Smiths Detection, ExacQ, IndigoVision, and many others. Installations range from "Appliance" based versions of AISight to accommodate broad video networks with many points of coverage, such as large scale banking ATM applications, to "Enterprise Level" versions deployed across an entire nation overseas.

The BRS Labs A&E Specification is available for download from the BRS Labs website by clicking the A&E Spec tab at www.brslabs.com/aespec