analytics

Submitted on March 12, 2020 | John Adams
Electronic security solutions and edge analytics have an immutable symbiosis – that’s important because edge analytics is considered one of the major technological trends of the next 5 years. When you delve into edge analytics, it’s impossible not to feel...
Submitted on August 30, 2019 | John Adams
ONE of the key things to come out of Security 2019 Exhibition in Sydney last month was implied by the winner of ASIAL’s People’s Choice Award – NiroVision’s cloud-based Mobile First face recognition solution. There were plenty of other capable...
Submitted on August 15, 2019 | John Adams
Arguably the most robust and efficient intrusion detection technology on a dollar for dollar basis, thermal sensing has found a match made in heaven with deep learning and the combination could revolutionise local and remote monitoring and response services internally...
Submitted on August 6, 2019 | John Adams
What sort of hardware would you recommend for handling analytics in a Linux environment at a university? I only have space for a single slot GPU. I have around $1000 to spend. Just for comparison, what do you think is...
Submitted on June 30, 2019 | John Adams
When it comes to analytics, what’s the key piece of the puzzle from the point of view of getting the performance you want? What’s the most important single element of an analytics solution? A: It’s tempting to say the most...
Submitted on June 29, 2019 | John Adams
AnyVision is a server-based GPU-powered analytic solution that can process 23 faces simultaneously and offers a toolbox of neat features and functions. But it’s the raw capability of the solution that impressed me most. ANYVISION is one of a new...
Submitted on January 14, 2019 | John Adams
MOTOROLA Solutions has acquired VaaS International Holdings Inc (VaaS), a data and image analytics company, for $US445 million. VaaS offers video analysis as a service including fixed and mobile license plate reader cameras driven by machine learning and artificial intelligence,...
Submitted on September 23, 2018 | John Adams
MEMBERS of Congress have asked the Federal Trade Commission, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission if agencies have studied biases of artificial intelligence algorithms used for commerce, surveillance, and hiring. Senators Kamala Harris, Patty Murray, and Elizabeth...
Submitted on September 6, 2018 | John Adams
I noticed that SEN’s editor re-posted an article on Twitter recently that highlights worrying uses of face recognition technology and I’m interested in what your take is on a surveillance technology which might give authorities the power to recognise any...
Submitted on July 12, 2018 | John Adams
Advancement of artificial intelligence (AI) technology will bring about unprecedented opportunities, as well as new responsibilities, writes Jordan Cullis of Milestone Systems*. A GLOBAL Accenture survey released recently suggested that 82 percent of Australian executives believe that within the next...
Submitted on March 18, 2018 | John Adams
BGW Technologies is now distributing facial recognition solutions from Brisbane-based Imagus, a developer of advanced intelligent surveillance, image analysis and computer vision technologies. Working with Imagus means having access to international expertise and leading image and face processing technologies that...
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