ROLLING MEADOWS, Ill.—At GSX 2023 in booth #3555, i-PRO Co., Ltd., a global manufacturer of surveillance and public safety solutions, will showcase a number of products.
Among the products the Midwest-based company will show include a compact dome AI camera range, a new line of rapid PTZ cameras, as well as a multi-directional + PTZ camera, high resolution dual-sensor cameras; the latest NVRs, and more.
“Yet again, we’re bringing the smallest and most capable products to GSX to suit any project and form factor,” says Adam Lowenstein, director of product management at i-PRO Americas Inc.
“We’re focused on discreet deployments without sacrificing our state-of-the-art image quality, AI-powered analytics, and best-in-class cybersecurity. And just as important, we’re making it easier than ever to do business with i-PRO.”
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The company points out that it was Formerly known as Panasonic i-PRO Sensing Solutions, and this year a key theme for i-PRO at GSX 2023 is to “discover the power of truth,” which it says speaks to its mission of empowering security teams to be more proactive towards threats.
i-PRO asserts that by delivering AI-based smart cameras and its Active Guard software as a standard feature for VMSs from Genetec, Milestone, Video Insight, and others, operators will benefit from actionable intelligence with more unique attributes about vehicles and humans than any other AI-based security system available.
GSX 2023 attendees will also see live, in-depth demonstrations of Active Guard, i-PRO’s Integrated VMS plug-in for AI attribute forensic search and watchlist alarms for live events. i-PRO says that Active Guard shows the depth of what is possible when using advanced, edge-based, AI vision technology from Ambarella, a similar technology to that used in autonomous vehicles.
Other activities happening in i-PRO’s GSX 2023 booth include demos of its multi-directional + PTZ AI-auto tracking, which the company says is a multi-sensor camera that detects a target and sends an alarm to the PTZ. i-PRO stresses the PTZ moves to a preset position, it will then lock onto a target, and then it will start tracking the object.
In addition, the company boasts, that for the first time, attendees can see a technology demo that adds intelligent AI-based analytics to traditional, non-AI based network camera streams using edge-processing. Another industry first i-PRO contends, this technology extends the life of existing network cameras by turning them into smart devices.