The capability to immediately highlight risks and threats has become essential. iCetana provides an immediate opportunity to assess, respond and prevent escalation of threats and risks.
CUT THROUGH THE NOISE
The challenge for video surveillance systems is the large number of cameras to monitor. iCetana only shows camera views where something abnormal is occurring, highlighting the 1% of events that need attention.
REAL-TIME AWARENESS REAL-TIME RESPONSE
Modern video surveillance systems must be equipped to deal with the defining threats and risks of our times. iCetana helps turn these systems into dynamic, live monitoring systems.
LEARNS NORMAL IDENTIFIES ABNORMAL
iCetana uses computer vision and machine learning to automatically learn normal activity patterns, and highlight abnormal events. As camera scenes change over time, the system continuously learns and adapts.
What iCetana does differently is that it detects a wide variety of events, without needing us to predict the type of event or program for them. We feel better equipped than ever to meet evolving security and operational challenges. It’s transformed our approach to surveillance.
Real-time at scale
We have a really large surveillance infrastructure that needed a system that could cope with highlighting events across over 1000 cameras in real-time. Being able to equip our organisation with this real-time capability at scale has been critical.
The efficiencies just make sense!
From an investment of just 10-15% of our overall video surveillance infrastructure costs, we achieved a 100% increase in utility gain from our video surveillance infrastructure by the up swing in the number unusual events we now see in real-time. You just can’t ignore efficiency improvements like that.
Threat and Risk landscapes are changing and evolving faster than ever. Threats are presenting themselves in new forms with increasing risk to staff, customers and the public. Learn about the challenges faced by the video surveillance operators.
The main campus of Swinburne University of Technology (SUT) is located in the inner-suburb of Hawthorn. This presents various challenges for the security team to assess situations and assist in real-time and ensure the protection of its students, staff, and building facilities across its campuses - especially after hours.
Curtin University is the largest university in Western Australia with over 47,000 students and 3,500 staff across 8 campuses in Australia and 2 internationally. The university has an on-going commitment to enhance safety for students, staff and visitors.