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Viisights Joins Forces with IoTech Protect for AI-Powered Systems

viisights, Inc., a provider of behavioural recognition analytics for real-time video intelligence, has partnered with IoTech Protect, a provider of custom digital and physical security, to provide AI-powered behaviour recognition video analytics to enhance real-time event recognition and automated reporting. 
Acting upon system-automated messaging, security personnel can quickly target and respond to potentially dangerous problem situations. IoTech Protect will offer viisights technology as part of its digital/cyber and physical security suite. It will integrate this technology into the customer’s IT infrastructure to secure any related video analytics involving internet connections (IoT).
The partnership between IoTech Protect and viisights applies to nearly any business, including securing hospital facilities, municipal infrastructure, transportation, schools and universities, retail malls, sports venues, offices, and warehouses. The AI-powered analytics supplement existing camera infrastructure and provide alerts in real-time of suspicious behaviour of people and vehicles, fighting, presence of weapons, and unauthorised entry, triggering an immediate security response. 
IoTech Protect secures all the data collected by internet-enabled cameras, display modules, communication devices, and the company’s IT infrastructure. As a result of the partnership, customers will receive the best combination of video surveillance technologies with the highest levels of secure cybersecurity protocols.

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