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British tech start-up, Calipsa, is launching its next generation video surveillance technology built on state of the art Deep Learning models at IFSEC in London this week. Founded by machine learning and artificial intelligence experts, Mohammad Rashid Khan and Boris Ploix, the company has developed algorithms that can process and analyse hours of video feeds to provide alerts and detailed reports for applications where real-time video monitoring is key, including traffic enforcement, road accidents and public disorder.

The Calipsa engine uses a feedback loop to continuously evolve and improve over time. Human operators can ‘teach’ the artificial intelligence using a simple point and click interface, which automates repetitive parts of their jobs. Designed to work with any existing camera or video source, the technology can be deployed quickly via the cloud or on-premise, with no retrofit required. Calipsa...

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