AISight is already being used at commercial sites worldwide. Within a week of the terrorist attacks in late November 2008, a major hotel in Mumbai, India, installed AISight and is now upgrading its installation to include PTZ cameras. Other sites upgrading to this latest release include major banks in Brazil, power plants, and a nuclear site in the U.S. AISight has been in use on fixed cameras in the U.S. since December 2007.
"Aberdeen's research suggests high interest and strong growth potential for IP-based video surveillance technologies," said Derek E. Brink, vice president and research fellow for IT Security at Aberdeen. "Given the sheer volume of video data being captured, there are simply not enough eyeballs for effective monitoring, let alone intelligent analysis and correlation. Solutions that can extend the use and scalability of PTZ cameras without extensive programming -- such as the cognitive video analytics software from BRS Labs -- will help to accelerate adoption in this emerging market."
Seamless Integration with Any Video Surveillance Camera
The standards-based AISight software seamlessly integrates with all fixed-position and PTZ cameras and is compatible with a wide range of third-party surveillance applications, data sources, and video-management software and devices. AISight supports the Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP) for video streaming and a plethora of application and device interfaces, including XML, SOAP, Web Services, JAVA, and Windows.
New Release Availability
The AISight Cognitive Video Analytics software with PTZ support is currently available from BRS Labs or authorized resellers. For more information, contact email@example.com. Behavioral Recognition Systems is exhibiting at ISC WEST, Sands Expo Level 2, Booth #20125.