Las Vegas, NV (March 23, 2022) – viisights, Inc., a leading provider of behavioral recognition systems for real-time video intelligence, is showcasing their behavioral recognition video analytics systems at ISC West 2022 Booth #13120. viisights’ innovative video understanding technology utilizes deep neural networks to analyze and deduce the behavior of diverse objects, as well as the relevant contexts. Such intelligence allows security professionals in a variety of markets to create fully autonomous video intelligence systems using existing video camera equipment.viisights was founded by a group of serial entrepreneurs with proven track records in building and developing businesses that rely on innovative, state-of-the-art technologies. The company’s founders recognized the growing global need for intelligent behavioral recognition video understanding technology that creates safer and smarter cities, enterprises, campuses, banks, financial institutions, critical infrastructures, transportation hubs, manufacturing facilities, and other virtual and public areas.
viisights’ product offerings, including viisights wise, viisights wise SAAS, and viisights in-vehicle experience behavioral recognition systems, are available for demonstration at ISC West 2022 Booth #13120.
viisights wise provides intelligent real-time video analytics of video content captured by widespread surveillance cameras located throughout both public and private environments. The system processes and understands large amounts of video streams in real-time while providing insights and real-time alerting for a variety of actions, events, and scenes of interest. Behavioral recognition capabilities available within viisights wise include the real-time detection, analysis, and notification of abnormal behaviors regarding violent activity, suspicious activity, individual and crowd behavior, perimeter and protection control, traffic monitoring, and personal and environment safety. viisights is also proud to announce they will be offering viisights wise software as a service (SaaS), which will be available in the second half of 2022.
viisights’ in-vehicle experience monitoring system complements existing autonomous driving & monitoring systems by utilizing viisights’ core ability to understand human behavior via live video streams sourced from in-vehicle cameras. The in-cabin monitoring system is designed to ensure occupant safety, security, and proper vehicle protection and use with use cases such as violence detection, passenger counting, abandoned person/item detection, and more.
“We are excited to showcase our line of behavioral recognition products to a large-scale audience at ISC West 2022,” said Asaf Birenzvieg, CEO, viisights. “As our solutions are designed to promote human safety through the real-time analysing of human behavior, any time we can highlight these solutions in a live environment is a treat.”
To schedule a demonstration with viisights during ISC West 2022, please email [email protected]
For more information on viisights, visit https://www.viisights.com/ or visit booth #13120 at ISC West 2022.
viisights is a leading innovator of behavioral understanding systems for real-time video intelligence.
The company provides AI-powered behavioral recognition systems for safe and smart cities, enterprises, campuses, banks, financial institutions, critical infrastructures, transportation hubs, industrial/manufacturing facilities and for shared and autonomous mobility. viisights’ mission is to leverage artificial intelligence technologies that facilitate human-like pattern prediction to create fully autonomous video intelligence systems.
viisights harnesses the power of Artificial Intelligence to bring behavioral recognition to video surveillance and practically to every video stream. Its flagship product, viisights Wise, addresses a wide range of applications, including: violence and weapon recognition, context-related suspicious activity recognition, crowd behavior and social-distancing, traffic monitoring, indoor and outdoor safety (including fire and smoke detection), and resource optimization.