The latest advances in video analytics – including improved classification, accuracy and speed – were unveiled at a Global Partners Summit of international security and video surveillance professionals hosted by IDIS in Seoul, South Korea. The three-day event, attended by senior executives of leading security distributors from 23 countries, focused on how IDIS is actively responding to market trends and needs by developing end-to-end solutions (including specialist technologies for a range of vertical markets).
The business is also pushing forward with improvements to the IDIS Deep Learning Engine, the technology which powers the company’s ‘AI in the Box’ and IDIS Deep Learning Analytics solutions for end users.
Earlier this year, IDLA Version 3.0 was introduced as a service module for up to 80 channels within the IDIS Solution Suite VMS and it set new performance benchmarks by achieving an accuracy of 97%-98%, while also dramatically reducing false alarms. Responding to customer demand for easier, more affordable analytics on smaller applications, IDIS also launched its aforementioned DV-2116 ‘AI in the Box’ solution.
Delegates learned of future enhancements in meta-data searching by class, colour and number, plus the ability to search a specific area of interest. People counting, fall detection and the ability to search by the direction of an object’s movement were also previewed and delegates received advanced notice of a new range of AI-ready 5 MP cameras featuring deep learning on-the-edge analytics, due for release next year.