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BRS Labs AISight acquires $2.5 million order in US

BRS Labs AISight acquires $2.5 million order in US
Behavioral Recognition Systems, creator of award-winning software that autonomously learns and alerts on unexpected behavior,announced a $2.5 million order for more than 1000 video feeds in one of the ten biggest metropolitan areas in the United States. This purchase represents the latest enterprise-class software order for this technology.

Behavioral Recognition Systems, creator of award-winning software that autonomously learns and alerts on unexpected behavior,announced a $2.5 million order for more than 1000 video feeds in one of the ten biggest metropolitan areas in the United States. This purchase represents the latest enterprise-class software order for this technology.

“Our AISight product is now deployed in five of the ten largest cities in the United States, and we are actively negotiating with multiple other major municipalities,” said John Frazzini, President of BRS Labs. “Our customers needed a solution that could analyze video data across thousands of feeds and focus quickly on the most urgent areas of concern. AISight's combination of accuracy, scalability, and manageability is something our customers know they can't find anywhere else.”

This latest order involved Vector Resources, a security integrator and value-added reseller for AISight. According to Jeff Zukerman, Executive VP of Vector Resources, “This software purchase represents another step in the market's move to enterprise-grade acceptance of automated behavioral recognition and real-time improvements in safety, security, and situational awareness. Even better, it's just the first stage. We anticipate expanding the AISight deployment to almost 5000 video cameras and other sensors before this project is complete.”



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