HOUSTON—A new patent and a just-closed $2 million deal with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is proof that BRS Labs is doing something “truly unique” that the marketplace will value, John Frazzini, president of BRS Labs, told Security Systems News.
Scanning my inbox, and my SIA update this morning, I saw this perky piece from the New York Post, talking about Port Authority "brass" secretly deploying "military grade" and "science-fiction like" security systems
Sounded so intriguing, but the only real detail in the story is that BRS Labs (purveyor of behavioral analytics) is apparently working with the Port Authority down at the new World Trade Center.
Coincidentally, I'm speaking with BRS Labs brass John Frazzini on Thursday--so will have some more details for you then.
BRS say its software “AISight,” [which it pronounces “eyesight”] can “attach to existing video surveillance infrastructure and watch, learn, and identify unusual behavioral patterns in real time … to proactively identify security violations, potential criminal activity and more serious threats.”
In a press release, Hobby Wright, BRS Labs VP for Strategic Programs said: "We are seeing substantial demand for our reason-based video surveillance software and the City of Houston is one of many American cities deploying and developing programs that incorporate our intelligence into their video surveillance operations."
Very interesting—curious to learn how it works out.
ORLANDO, Fla.—There was plenty of news being made at ASIS 2011, which took place at the Orange County Convention Center Sept. 19-21. Below are some editor round-ups from ventured out onto the show floor to collect news and other goings-on.