BrainChip partners to offer AI facial recognition to Scandinavian security system customers
BrainChip has entered into a strategic partnership with Danish security solution installer Telesikring to jointly address the needs of law enforcement and companies of all sizes to efficiently identify suspects with object recognition and facial classification.
Telesikring will promote, install, and support BrainChip Studio and other BrainChip AI-powered software and hardware offerings. BrainChip released a new version of BrainChip Studio video analysis software earlier this year, adding new capabilities including auto-generation of rotated models for improved object tracking.
“Our partnership with Telesikring comes at a pivotal time for BrainChip as we aim to build on the successful launch of BrainChip Studio last year,” says BrainChip’s Director of EMEA Sales, Luis Coello. “Securing Telesikring as our first Technical Sales Partner in Scandinavia will help boost BrainChip’s presence in the Scandinavian video surveillance and security industry, which we intend to extend across the region.”
The Danish security market, including video surveillance, is estimated at roughly US$75 million by Statista and is expected to grow to $133 million by 2022, according to the announcement.
“Many of our customers in Denmark and further afield are looking for integrated analytics solutions for video security and surveillance,” Telesikrings Sales Director Morton Dall commented. “We believe that AI technology has matured to such a degree that it provides real value to our clients. The partnership with BrainChip allows us to address this growing demand and ensure we can develop specific customer requirements by using BrainChip’s AI-powered software and hardware solutions as part of our overall security and technology platform offering.”
BrainChip Studio was also integrated with Veritone’s aiWARE platform earlier this year to ease integration with cognitive engines.
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