Vintra Makes Video Analytics a Science

by | Gear, Products, Security

Vintra is driving the new science of intelligent video analytics by correlating data acquired from its purpose-built multi-class algorithms to deliver higher levels of analysis and understanding of event detection, classification, tracking, and forensics.

“Vintra is ushering in a new era of video analytics with unique and innovative solutions that deliver even higher levels of automated situational awareness and detailed forensics than previously possible,” said Brent Boekestein, CEO and Co-founder of Vintra. “These exciting new advancements will greatly enhance longstanding security issues and deliver new and exciting sources of business intelligence.”

Featured solutions from Vintra include:

  • Vintra Fortify, a purpose-built video intelligence solution that automatically detects events of interest in real time to issue immediate alerts and indexes recorded video streams for rapid post-event investigations. The innovative video analytics solution makes any fixed or mobile security camera smarter, effectively leveraging users’ investment in pre-existing video systems
  • Live Re-ID, which builds on Vintra’s class-leading re-identification technology, allows users to find and track individuals and/or vehicles across multiple cameras, and creates an alert on this result that stays active for the following four hours. This is the perfect compliment to Vintra’s existing Re-ID technology, adding a forward-looking re-identification element to increase situational awareness, alerting in real-time on the last known position of a face, person or vehicle
  • Vintra IQ, which allows users to quickly collect all video evidence surrounding a person of interest in one profile, and then can outline that POI’s relationships with other persons and objects across days or months of data in just seconds. With Vintra IQ, forensic teams have a fast and easy way to sort through vast amounts of data to better understand patterns of life and key relationships within.

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