The number of security cameras and the firms using them to protect their premises have increased exponentially over the last 20 years. Despite improvements in resolution and form factor, cameras have mostly functioned the same during this time, fundamentally limited to collecting evidence for review after incidents and events of interest have occurred.
While many cameras can identify things like trespassing and object movement based on pixel change, few can identify specific behaviors like fence climbing, or attributes about the individual(s) trespassing. New camera models which are coming to the market are based on AI-analytics are mostly limited to detection of person and vehicle and are way too expensive for a wide scale for medium and large perimeter. Currently there are no cameras on the market with the ability to predict trespassing or criminal activities before they occur. With viisights behavioral analytics, virtually every professional video camera can now be equipped with these detection and prediction capabilities.
Approaching a perimeter is often the first step in a much larger event of interest.
viisights’ proprietary behavioral recognition technology leverages the power of artificial intelligence and deep neural networks combined with a sliding window of content to identify these preliminary suspicious events of interest with predictive analysis. This allows security personnel to stop criminals and potentially dangerous situations as they are unfolding.