Agent Vi in the News
Agent Vi CTO Zvika Ashani was interviewed by Intel publication Insightech about how Agent Vi leverages the Intel® Distribution of the OpenVINO™ Toolkit to quickly enable both new and legacy smart city surveillance cameras with AI-based video analytics. “[With OpenVINO] innoVi was primed for massive scalability in smart city surveillance applications like public safety, critical infrastructure monitoring, and traffic management.”
In an interview with ITProPortal, Jonathan Luse, General Manager of the IoT Group at Intel, said that Agent Vi’s work on AI solutions across a wide range of applications – including public safety and city surveillance, traffic management, waste collection and more – was one of Intel’s most interesting current IoT projects.
SDM featured Agent Vi in its survey of 15 cloud video service providers, making the point that cloud video can generate additional RMR for security integrators and service providers. Agent Vi was also featured in SDM‘s exclusive report on how video analytics is transforming the business model and operations of monitoring businesses to better serve customers.
An editorial by CTO Zvika Ashani was published in Security Sales & Integration, discussing the many advantages of hosted software services and how they can make AI-powered video analytics more available and affordable. Ashani was also interviewed in a second SS&I story about the evolution and proliferation of video analytics over the past 15 years, where it stands today and where the technology is headed. In an interview with SDM about AI applications in video surveillance, Ashani noted that integrators could expect better accuracy, a higher detection rate and lower FAR. Another plus: Agent Vi’s Deep Learning algorithms can be almost fully trained prior to installation.
Brazilian online journal Polinize.com covered how the Municipality of Vicente López, Argentina is using Agent Vi video analytics for proactive safety and security (Portuguese).
Agent Vi VP Business Development AJ Frazer was interviewed by inAVate magazine about the use of video analytics for event security at public gatherings, from real-time detections and alerts for monitoring events as they unfold, to video search for speedy post-event forensic investigation.