Advanced AI-powered behaviour recognition video analytics from viisights and Albuquerque, NM-based gunshot detection and lockdown specialist EAGL Technology have joined forces to develop and deploy a new kind of video understanding technology that can detect armed people in real time and send out real-time early warning alerts to law enforcement.
Video analytics and gunshot detection systems from viisights and EAGL can help customers identify and detect an active-shooter scenario in real time, allowing security and law enforcement personnel to proactively prevent events from occurring or escalating.
Technologies for detection and response
“EAGL Technology’s focus on detecting and responding to active shooter events is a perfect complement to our behavioural recognition video analytics,” stated Asaf Birenzvieg, CEO of viisights. Viisights’ predictive analysis and EAGL’s comprehensive response integrations will provide powerful preventive security capabilities to help prevent incidents before they occur.”
“EAGL’s unique patented detection and response technologies have been proven to be highly effective in active shooter incidents,” said Boaz Raz, CEO/President of EAGL Technology. Adding and deploying viisights behavioural recognition video analytics will provide our customers with additional benefits faster and help responders minimise harm or prevent it altogether.
Analytics for behavioral recognition in video
Visibility into the mind of a user For a wide range of security and business intelligence applications, video analytics are an excellent choice. It is possible to detect indicators of a weapon in the hand, which can either trigger an automated alarm or raise an alert for further human review, using viisights analytics.
The open API system can be configured to meet customer needs with a comprehensive range of adaptive response actions that autonomously provide E-911 dispatch notifications, building or area mapping, door lockdowns, camera streaming, etc. When integrated with the new, highly innovative, and forward-thinking EAGL 4.0 Emergency Management System, it is possible to harden vulnerable areas and provide responding agencies with up-to-date information by activating PA systems and other autonomous or activated countermeasures.