IBM Large-Scale Computer Vision for Cameras in Motion

IBM Large-Scale Computer Vision for Cameras in Motion

April 11, 2019, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Sands 101

IBM's Intelligent Video Analytics has been helping clients around the world to perform facial recognition, indexed search, motion, object behavior, and metadata tagging for almost 15 years.  With over $1Bn invested to date via IBM Research Labs, the company's computer vision maturity towers over the industry.  In today's very busy video intelligence market, it is easy to get lost in the sea of vendors offering specific point-solutions; however, IBM has the deepest set of tools to address organizations' current needs and tomorrow's challenges. 

Body-worn cameras, dash cameras, and mobile phone video are exponentially growing as sources of intelligence needing automated detection, redaction, and object identification.  IBM Research has created Deep Learning technology to quickly and accurately identify objects and tag or alert based on these detections.  And the IBM Deep Neural Network offerings allow rapid model creation without the need for data scientists - in fact, most of the work can be performed by clerical staff.

Come to this session to learn how to augment your staff and preserve video system investments.  Rapid ROIs can be achieved by extracting information from captured video to uncover insights and patterns.  Attendees from Government, Safety, Security, Retail, Marketing, Sales, and many others will benefit from this discussion.


  • Matt Niessen


    Technical Sales Specialist

    IBM Watson Media & Weather

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