BriefCam Honored by Frost & Sullivan With Technology Innovation Award
Recognized for delivering a comprehensive video content analytics platform which rapidly transforms video into actionable intelligence, BriefCam improves safety, security, and operational efficiencies
BriefCam, the industry’s leading provider of VIDEO SYNOPSIS and Deep Learning solutions, announced that it received the 2019 Frost & Sullivan North America Technology Innovation Award in the surveillance analytics solutions industry.
Global industry research firm, Frost & Sullivan recognized BriefCam for its unique approach, extensive expertise, and proven track record in video analytics. BriefCam’s comprehensive video analytics transforms video into actionable intelligence by accelerating investigations, attaining situational awareness, and deriving operational intelligence, enabling customers to improve safety, security, and operational efficiencies.
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“The already massive amount of video surveillance footage is growing exponentially — users are overwhelmed by both the capacity of the data, and their cognitive ability to internalize its content. BriefCam offers a ground-breaking solution that allows security teams to conduct investigations extremely quickly, become aware of situations as they arise, and derive quantitative insights,” said Danielle VanZandt, Security Industry Analyst, Frost & Sullivan. “By enabling video investigators to review hours of video in just minutes and rapidly pinpoint people and objects of interest, BriefCam drives exponential value from surveillance system investments. With its revolutionary technology, impressive partner network and customer base, and strong overall performance, BriefCam is a true innovator in its field.”
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The award highlights the innovative technology at the heart of BriefCam’s Video Content Analytics (VCA) platform, which allows users to search, quantify, and act on video data. These comprehensive video analytic capabilities provide public safety, law enforcement, and enterprises with the ability to unlock the full value of their video surveillance investments.
“We are honored to receive this prestigious award for our advancements in video content analytics,” said Stephanie Weagle, Chief Marketing Officer, BriefCam. “By using AI, deep learning, and computer vision, we are delivering cutting-edge video analytics technology to enable organizations and entire communities to reap the benefits of effective and efficient video use.”
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