ASIS 2011: John Frazzini, President, Behavorial Recognition Systems (BRS Labs)

 

BRS Labs, as president John Frazzini describes, has invented an artificial intelligence-based video surveillance platform that has injected advanced artificial neuro network technology into the analysis of video surveillance data. The company has seen a substantial growth in business over the last few months, he says, as the market has recognized BRS Labs’ rethinking of the core problem in video surveillance, which is that there are far too many cameras being deployed and not enough human monitors to evaluate the data being captured. Frazzini asserts that the company’s new AiSight 3.0 technology now provides much deeper analytics for wide-ranging clients from transit systems and airport environments to intelligence agencies who are taking advantage of the actionable intelligence being provided and putting their security operations in a pro-active position. The ten-year old video analytics model has failed, says Frazzini, because there are not enough human resources to monitor the installed cameras. For the first time, BRS Labs has put in the capability to monitor video surveillance data with computer technology.

 

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