Active Intelligence, a provider of anomaly detection software for physical security and business intelligence applications, featured the company’s flagship Autonomous Video Anomaly Detection solution, ASTRA, at ISC West 2023.
With the ability to detect anomalous activity in virtually any video feed, the company says that ASTRA effectively redefines how security professionals can implement intelligent analytics for a virtually unlimited number of security, safety, compliance and commercial/industrial applications across the enterprise.
In addition to demonstrating ASTRA’s anomaly detection proficiency, Active Intelligence showcased integrations with video management systems (VMS) from Milestone (XProtect), Qognify (Ocularis) and Genetec (Security Center).
“Sometimes you need to break the rules to stand out in an overcrowded market with me-too solutions. ASTRA does just that by empowering security professionals with a powerful, pre-emptive security and business intelligence solution that establishes new benchmarks in the anomaly detection space,” said Ken LaMarca, CEO, Active Intelligence.
“By eliminating the need for pre-configured rules, ASTRA provides the unparalleled ability to identify when anything is amiss in a scene, whether it be an act of violence, an individual in distress or a product falling off an assembly line.”