US Edition
Home  |  Settings  |  Marketing Options  |  eNewsletters  |  About Us  |  FAQs    Join on LinkedIn
Bringing the security industry into focus

Network / IP - News

BRS Labs expands its core behavioural recognition technology into multi-sensor and “Big Data” applications

Published on 26 July, 2013

Behavioral Recognition Systems, Inc. (BRS Labs), creator of award-winning software that autonomously learns and alerts on unexpected behavior, recently announced a new strategic direction for generating future growth through the extension of its core behavioral recognition technology into multi-sensor and “Big Data” applications.

“After proving our enterprise-class software in the video surveillance industry, it’s time to take our innovative technology to new markets,” said John Frazzini, President of BRS Labs. “From the beginning, we’ve recognized the wide-ranging potential of cognitive behavioral recognition with Big Data. We are now implementing that vision.”

The company’s technology is already being applied to a variety of new markets. These include SCADA, operations management, facilities management, trade-traffic-and-transaction monitoring, chemical-biological-radiological-nuclear-explosive threat detection, airspace management, submersible systems, and cyber security. Additional opportunities are expected to come from other applications that can benefit from real-time recognition of unexpected behaviors detected within both structured and unstructured sensor data.

According to Ray Davis, Chief Executive Officer of BRS Labs, “One of the major limitations in Big Data is how difficult it is to use. Cognitive behavioral recognition technology is the answer because it teaches itself what’s normal and what’s unexpected, with no need for custom programming. We help people make better, faster decisions by delivering the right information whenever and wherever it’s needed. We’re very excited to be delivering these capabilities to market.”

See privacy and cookie policy
Browsing from the Americas? Looking for US Edition?
View this content on US Edition, our dedicated portal for our Americas audience.
Do not show me this again
International EditionUS Edition