DERIVE OPERATIONAL INTELLIGENCE
BriefCam’s embedded operational intelligence platform utilizes the extracted and aggregated video metadata such as men, women, children, vehicles, size, color, speed, path, direction, and dwell time, enabling users to quantitatively analyze their video, derive actionable insights for data-driven safety, security, and operational decision making.
Interactive, intuitive and easy to use dashboards for visualizing and analyzing data. Chart suggestions & insight advisor auto-generate and prioritize relevant data points and charts.
Out-of-the-box, extensible library of vertical-specific dashboards to visually represent object movement, demographic segmentations, behavior trending, hotspots and object interactions.
Third Party Data Sources
Seamlessly correlate video analytics with third party data sources, such as Point of Sale, Time Management, and Access Control, for a uniquely informative view of your environment.
Gain rare insight into employee productivity and customer satisfaction by harnessing face recognition as part of strategic planning initiatives.
Schedule continuous or one-time dashboard generation for any VMS video source.
Derive insights with visual layer trend analytics within research dashboards.
CHANGING THE WAY VIDEO IS USED
Leverage video surveillance content to uncover quantifiable data and trends to better understand your consumer behavior and increase profits. Map customer paths, object interaction and dwell time:
- Tracking crowd demographics, size and movement patterns
- Identifying crime hotspots
- Designing more profitable retail floor plans
- Uncovering optimal store locations
- Optimizing traffic flow at major interchanges
- Tracking employee compliance with safety regulations
“BriefCam goes beyond supporting our crime reduction initiatives. It has proven to be invaluable for planning pedestrian and bike pathways to increase safety, and evaluating traffic patterns to find the best locations for events, restaurants and retail stores. BriefCam is helping us combine security with a smart approach to city planning to drive positive change and economic growth.”
Sergeant Johnmichael O’Hare
Hartford Connecticut Police Department