Coronavirus (Covid19) pandemic has hit the world unprepared for its consequences on the healthcare system and economic life. As a result, the number one priority for countries and states is to flatten the infection curve and provide them with time. Essential policies adopted to achieve this are directed at changing and controlling human daily behaviour.

AI-based solutions

viisights has Artificial Intelligence-based solutions to help authorities enforce those policies, help prevent the virus spread and save lives while keeping their citizens' privacy intact.

Covid19 is extremely contagious, recent statistics outline 1:2 ratio, plus the majority of the people that carry the virus don’t have any symptoms. Those two factors cause the virus to spread extremely quickly. The most effective way to-date to stop Covid19 from spreading is to limit and monitor people’s movement.

Social distancing, key to containing Covid19 spread

Guiding the public to avoid crowding, standing close to each other, shaking hands or hugging, using public transportation, sitting in restaurants or coffee shops, has played a key role in slowing down the Covid19 infection curve. However, for reducing significantly the number of infections and control the spread, citizens are required to cooperate in full with authorities’ guidelines, which include complete lock-down or other extreme measures to control people and vehicle movement.

viisights can help authorities to fight the widespread of Covid19 by making sure people and individuals using vehicles 

viisights can help authorities to fight the widespread of Covid19 by making sure people and individuals using vehicles are acting in public according to authorities’ guidelines that are essential for controlling the virus spread. Moreover, viisights can help maintain public safety and security in the face of continued economic constraints when necessities are harder to obtain or afford, resulting in intrusion, vandalism, robbery and violence.

Identifying general behavioural pattern of individuals

viisights products don’t recognise a person’s identity or the car’s license plate, but rather the general behavioural pattern of that specific person or group, and as such keep high level of privacy.

Product category and sample functionality

  1. Context Crowd and Group Monitoring
  • Crowding, crowd activity
  • Grouping, group activity
  • Queue monitoring with proximity distance between people
  • Carpool alert - More than 2 people getting in/out of a car
  • Suspicious Activity Recognition
  • Person with/ without mask
  • Person falls / lies on the ground
  • Person in an area for more than specified time
  • Person to Person proximity
  • Person walking /running
  • Person with/ without hazmat suit
  1. Violence Recognition
  • Vandalism
  • People Fighting
  • Person With Weapon
  1. Perimeter Protection
  • Person or Vehicle is entering /exiting a pre-defined area
  1. Traffic Monitoring
  • Abnormal road situations (Vehicle Collisions, Vehicle Stops on road/junction)
  1. Data for statistics and heat maps
  • Prediction of possible outbreak areas
  • Crowded Areas
  • High Traffic or person movement areas
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