Addressing real user needs with advanced analytics

Addressing real user needs with advanced analytics
A key feature of this year’s Secutech is the Software Innovation Zone where various innovative software products and solutions are on display. Most of them leverage the powers of deep learning, computer vision and other advanced analytics which, when applied to video or audio, help address user needs and demands across vertical markets.
 

LIPS

 
LIPS sells a turnkey solution consisted of advanced analytics logarithms as well as the company’s own 3D depth camera, which holds various advantages over the conventional 2D CCTV cameras. For example, vision produced by depth cameras has backgrounds automatically deleted to help automatic guidance vehicles better detect its surroundings. Then, the company’s behavioral analytics algorithm calculates the distance between various joints of the human body to detect whether the person has fallen or engaged in something abnormal.
 
“This way you can have a variety of applications. One example is long-term care. You can monitor senior citizens at a care center, and when the joint positions of a person show abnormalities, this means he has fallen or is about to fall. This way the operator can respond to this immediately,” said Johnny Tang, Account Director at LIPS.
 

eRAY

 
eRAY has a solution consisted of cameras and servers embedded with the AI Vision algorithm developed by the company, which now primarily targets the industrial sector. With the system, an alert will be sent once items on a production line exceed the threshold. Or, the system can effectively track different vehicles and goods in the warehouse and find out where they are.
 
“We do the complete system, from edge devices such as camera, to switch, to server and to storage. Now we are embedding AI Vision system into the solution. We primarily target the industrial sector to facilitate production management, equipment management and staff management.” Said Sony Song, Sales Engineer at eRay.
 

DT42

 
DT42’s behavioral analytics, meanwhile, leverages deep learning so it can accurately detect abnormalities, for example when a fight breaks out, allowing the operator to respond to it immediately. What makes the company even more unique is it has developed a platform for the end user to create their own deep learning model that can help meet their specific needs or requirement.
 
“Recently there was news where an endangered animal ran to the highway and was killed by a vehicle. So our partner, a endangered animal protection center, used our platform to develop their own deep learning algorithm recognizing this particular endangered animal. They can then embed it in roadside cameras so when that animal appears, it will send an alert,” said Helen Wang, Chief Sales Officer at DT42.
 

Cyberon

 
Whereas most exhibitors apply their analytics to video, Cyberon stands out with their voice and speech recognition software, which is embedded on various end devices. This way, the user can say a command to, for example, a lamp and it will turn on. In more complex solutions, the user can instruct the system to give the latest road information, and the command will be executed in the cloud which will then issue a response.
 
“We are a Taiwanese software company, and we develop our own software. About 80 percent of our staff are R&D specialists and speech analytics experts, so we have the know-how in this field. We partner with hardware manufacturers, for example smartphone, IC and telematics makers, which then sell the total solution to the end user,” said Wilson Chen, Sales Manager at Cyberon.


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