Agent Video Intelligence, a provider of video analytics solutions, announced that it has joined NVIDIA’s Metropolis Software Partner Program. Agent Vi employs NVIDIA GPUs to deliver cutting-edge intelligent video analysis via deep learning algorithms, and being a part of the Metropolis Partner Program will enable Agent Vi to better leverage Deep Learning technology to create safer and smarter cities.
Deep learning technology
Agent Vi was a pioneer in the use of deep learning technology on cloud-based GPUs for video analytics applications in the realm of surveillance – a topic that will be presented by Agent Vi’s CTO, Mr. Zvika Ashani, at GTC Israel, on 18 October 2017, in Tel Aviv.
Agent Vi offers innoVi™ for Smart Cities – a cloud-based video analytics Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) that transforms the enormous number of cameras deployed across cities into smart IoT devices that become the core of the city's ability to improve security, safety, and incident response.
Enhanced situational awareness
Employing advanced AI and machine learning algorithms that continuously monitor video feeds captured by the city’s surveillance cameras, innoVi for Smart Cities enables city authorities to become immediately aware of a wide range of events of interest as they unfold, enhancing the operator’s situational awareness and ability to dispatch the most appropriate response.
The solution also allows law enforcement agencies and city authorities to make sense of massive amounts of data hidden in recorded video by utilising advanced big data algorithms and an automated video search engine for rapid investigations.
“With more than a decade of experience in deploying thousands of video analytics installations worldwide, we were among the first companies to develop deep learning algorithms utilising NVIDIA’s cloud-based GPUs,” commented CTO of Agent Vi, Mr. Zvika Ashani. "Agent Vi delivers the highest level of automated video analysis that enables the effective management of extremely large surveillance systems, even in crowded city environments.”