i-PRO and VisualCortex partner in APAC


Thursday, 04 August, 2022

i-PRO and VisualCortex partner in APAC

VisualCortex has partnered with i-PRO to deliver end-to-end deployment for enterprise-wide video analytics solutions across APAC.

The partnership pairs VisualCortex’s video intelligence software and machine learning Model Store with i-PRO’s hardware components, including AI-enabled video surveillance cameras, body and vehicle camera systems, network video recorders and edge devices.

The technology alliance is underpinned by a mutual referral agreement, under which both parties are able to formally recommend one another as preferred suppliers.

Patrick Elliott, VisualCortex CEO and co-founder, said the partnership would help VisualCortex to analyse, identify and improve the quality of video streams captured — an important challenge encountered in most computer vision projects.

“The technology partnership with i-PRO APAC allows VisualCortex to test equipment before our customers deploy it.

“i-PRO ensures that devices used in computer vision engagements can produce the best data outputs possible. This enables VisualCortex to perform better detection and analysis of incidents, while empowering our customers to effectively utilise their video assets and make the best data-driven decisions possible,” he said.

National Sales Manager for i-PRO APAC (Oceania) Matthew Terrey said that the partnership would help organisations harness the power of video as a source of data and analytical insights.

“VisualCortex’s approach enables customers to detect multiple objects and actions, across a range of video sources and systems, within the same platform. By combining that approach with the best AI-enabled devices and configurations, we can produce powerful video-based insights for end-users.

“Once organisations see the potential — and ease with which you can integrate video-based data with other traditional data sources — large multi-purpose, enterprise-grade computer vision deployments will become commonplace. For the first time, we’re making it easy to analyse and act on video footage at scale,” he said.

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