ISC West: BRS Labs Wins Award for Cognitive Video Analytics

AISight's adaptive-learning capabilities address the challenges of complex video-surveillance environments without rules programming or human training.
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Behavioral Recognition Systems Inc. (BRS Labs) has been awarded the New Product Showcase Video Analytics award at ISC West for its AISight Cognitive Video Analytics software, mow working with all pan/tilt/zoom cameras.

The Security Industry Association chose AISight for the award.

AISight's adaptive-learning capabilities address the challenges of complex video-surveillance environments without rules programming or human training.

"We are honored to receive the SIA award and believe it further validates BRS Labs as an industry thought leader and market innovator, and highlights our accomplishments in Cognitive Video Analytics," said Eric Eaton, CTO of BRS Labs. "BRS Labs' approach to video analytics represents a fundamental change in the industry away from rules-based systems to a cognitive approach to deliver much stronger security with greater scalability and effectiveness."

Until now, video analytic products have been able to control only the positioning of PTZ cameras, because the constant movement of the camera renders rules-based systems ineffective. BRS Labs' AISight Cognitive Video Analytics software takes visual input from the various positions of a PTZ camera; automatically learns and stores what activities and behaviors are normal for each view; and generates real-time alerts that notify appropriate security personnel of abnormal events, all without human involvement or training.

AISight requires no pre-programming or extensive setup, so customers can have it up and running on large-scale video surveillance networks in just a few days instead of the months required by other products.

This year's New Product Showcase competition, in its 30th year, included 76 entrants.

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BRS Labs www.brslabs.com

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