New York, NY – November 17, 2022 – Oosto’s Chief Technology Officer and Chief Artificial Intelligence Scientist presented a bold new vision for video analytics that leverages contextual landscape understanding and semantic segmentation at ISC East this week, the International Security Conference & Expo, in New York. in their presentation, usto Shows how using these new technologies can deliver real-time contextual analytics and more accurate alerts based on a more comprehensive understanding of the scene.
Historically, AI in video analytics has usually been single threaded and purpose-built to perform a specific function (for example, facial recognition, object detection, license plate recognition). This limits the organization’s ability to obtain a complete understanding of a scene from video surveillance. It also means that the metadata is limited to a single use case, is not connected to other algorithms, and is unable to comprehend the scene holistically.
Video analytics is still in its infancy. Video analytics today provides limited insights that can translate to poor and missed alarms,” to me Dieter JoeckerOosto Chief Technology Officer. “Troubling around ISC East and talking to enterprise customers and the partners they serve, it’s clear that the world of physical security needs to step out of the dark ages and help organizations prevent incidents of violence and vandalism, or minimize damage immediately after.”
“Tomorrow’s businesses will harness the power of contextual scene analysis – multi-threaded AI – to deliver real-time contextual analytics and accurate alerts based on a more comprehensive understanding of live video surveillance. For example, when someone drops by in a store, that could mean a number of Among the things: Was he actually bending down to tie his shoes Were they pushed by someone else Was he “slipping and falling” in stages to create a fraudulent claim Does the person have a legitimate medical emergency How the organization responds in real time depends on the timing and quality of the alert “.
“Leading AI companies are beginning to harness the power of semantic segmentation and edge computing to deliver real-time contextual analytics and alerts to achieve a more holistic understanding of videos,” the professor added. Marius Savides, director of the CyLab Biometrics Center at Carnegie Mellon University and chief artificial intelligence scientist at Oosto. “We can also start capturing more metadata to gain greater context about what’s happening in real time and ensure the right types of alerts are sent to the right employees. Instead of relying on surveillance professionals to monitor video footage 24/7, security teams can use Their skills to respond to highly accurate alerts.It’s not just about adding more algorithms.The leading companies will use the power of understanding the semantic landscape and Edge computing To deliver real-time contextual analytics and alerts based on a more accurate and complete understanding of the scene.”
International Security Conference and Exhibition, also known as East International Study Centreis the North East’s leading public safety and security event, hosted in association with Premier Sponsor Security Industry Association (SIA). The show brings together security dealers, installers, integrators, and consultants, along with corporate, government, and law enforcement/first responder practitioners, to share best practices and technologies designed to keep our communities safe and secure.
At the conference, Oosto presented Access Control and Watchlist alert Solutions based on facial recognition, which are used today by government organizations, airports, casinos, hospitals and many other entities to improve security and safety in physical places. In addition, Oosto’s leadership was invited to speak at the conference and present the future concept of Artificial intelligence based video analysis.
For session details, please visit the ISC East website at https://www.isceast.com/en-us/seminars/sessions/session-details.2928.158222.the-rise-of-explainable-ai.html.
Leading financial services, buildings, retail, health, sports and gaming organizations and other Fortune 500 companies use Oosto’s groundbreaking Vision AI platform to positively impact safety, productivity and customer experience. Oosto enables organizations to better protect their customers, guests, and employees by identifying security and safety threats in real time without compromising fair and ethical usage. Founded in 2015, Oosto operates globally through a network of offices and distributors and is backed by major investors including Softbank Vision Fund, Eldridge, Qualcomm Ventures and DFJ Growth. To learn more about how Oosto integrates ethical AI and data privacy into its solutions and operations, please see: Why trust Oosto.