viisights Positions Intelligent Behavioral Video Analytics For Continued Global Growth at Security Investor Conference 2022

viisights, a global leader in behavioral recognition video analytics that deliver real-time video intelligence, is touting the continued growth and market expansion for intelligent AI-driven video analytics here at Imperial Capital’s 19th Annual Security Conference. The highly positive outlook is supported by viisights’ continued success in helping cities and municipalities turn their reactive video security systems into pro-active and pre-emptive Smart City solutions, providing new sources of security, safety and environmental health with tangible ROI.

“We are excited to engage with the security investment community at this year’s conference, and confident that investors will recognize the tremendous growth potential that behavioral recognition video analytics represents in the physical security and safety marketplace,” said Asaf Birenzvieg, CEO, viisights. “As the global demand for new and innovative proactive and pre-emptive security, occupational and environmental safety, and business intelligence solutions continues to increase, behavioral recognition video analytics are uniquely positioned for these emerging and evolving applications.”

viisights’ unique video understanding technology utilizes deep neural networks to analyze video streams from existing video camera systems to automatically detect developing safety and security risks and raise near real-time alarms. The early notification of impending and real-time behavioral events of interest enables responders to take faster action, effectively reducing or eliminating negative outcomes from potentially threatening or harmful events. viisights intelligent analytics can be deployed on-premises, or remotely as a service (SaaS) with general availability planned for early 2023.

viisights intelligent behavioral recognition video understanding technology is currently deployed in critical applications around the world to help create safer and smarter cities, enterprises, campuses, banks, financial institutions, critical infrastructure, transportation hubs, manufacturing facilities, and other virtual and public areas.

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