BriefCam, the industry´s provider of Video Content Analytics and VIDEO SYNOPSIS® solutions, has announced future availability for BriefCam Video Content Analytics on Axis cameras with built-in deep learning processing units, the company said.
BriefCam´s edge analytics initiative complements its portfolio of on-premise and cloud solutions, by enabling greater freedom of choice for flexible deployment architectures through edge-based computing.
Through the Axis Application Development Partner Program, BriefCam is one of the first to leverage the AXIS Camera Application Platform (ACAP) to enable comprehensive analytics directly on Axis Communications´ upgraded camera series.
The first camera to support BriefCam video content analytics is the AXIS Q1615 Mk III featuring a dual chipset, ARTPEC-7, and a deep-learning processing unit (DLPU), for video processing and metadata generation at the edge. By enabling BriefCam analytics on the edge, along with post processing and management capabilities, users experience real-time processing, with reduced costs and complexity, as well as reduced storage and bandwidth requirements–in turn, enabling greater flexibility and cost efficiency for large scale deployments.
The BriefCam edge analytics initiative is underway with availability targeted for H1 2021.
BriefCam is the industry´s provider of Deep Learning and VIDEO SYNOPSIS® solutions for rapid video review and search, face and license plate recognition, real-time alerting, and quantitative video insights.