AI video analysis software adds auto-rotated models, Linux support, API

AI video analysis software adds auto-rotated models, Linux support, API

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By Rich Pell

BrainChip Studio features high-speed object search and facial classification for law enforcement, counter terrorism, and intelligence agencies. This latest release, says the company, makes it easier to find objects from a variety of camera views, enables large-scale Linux deployments, and adds an API that simplifies integration with other applications.

BrainChip Studio 2018.1 auto-generates rotated models. The software’s one-shot object training creates a spiking neural network model of an object in its initial captured orientation. With the new auto-rotation feature, BrainChip Studio will automatically create multiple rotated models, improving the ability to locate the object in other camera views, where the orientation may vary depending on the installation.

The latest release also now runs on Linux, enabling cost-effective, large-scale server installations. In addition, says the company, as an added benefit, the streamlined nature of the Linux OS provides a 10 percent performance improvement for BrainChip Studio, compared to Windows.

The 2018.1 release also includes a version of the software that can be controlled with an API-level interface, enabling the functionality of BrainChip Studio to be integrated into third-party applications – either off-the-shelf video surveillance software or end-users’ custom software. This version of BrainChip Studio can be re-sold by OEM customers or integrated into cloud-based SaaS frameworks.

“In only the past six months, BrainChip Studio and BrainChip Accelerator have been recognized internationally as one of the most advanced video analytic offerings for law enforcement, winning awards from Security Today Magazine in the United States, the Milipol Innovation Award in France, and commendation at the Security and Counterterrorism Expo in the United Kingdom,” says Bob Beachler, BrainChip’s Senior Vice President of Marketing and Business Development. “Based on customer feedback, we will continue to enhance our products to expand their applications and capabilities.”

BrainChip Studio 2018.1 and BrainChip Accelerator are available now and will be demonstrated during the ISC West trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada, April 11-13, 2018 at the BrainChip booth 33107.


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