The technology of cameras in the IoT is getting smarter every day. Powerful processors and fast data connections make it easy for users not only to create videos but also to analyze data directly on devices.
For this purpose, we at Security and Safety Things offer an open platform with a marketplace for apps developed especially for security cameras.
Other start-ups like us are working on improving the performance of cameras and platforms. For example, so that the cameras can deliver videos in even more brilliant quality. Also to make the processing and analysis of video data as easy as possible for users. In addition, data must be protected from manipulation.
And there are many other important topics to mention...
Let's take a look at some exciting startups and their ideas.
1. Start-Ups that will Boost Camera performance in IoT
What if Extreme Ultra High Definition video content at 8K and beyond could be captured with an inexpensive camera built from conventional components? Entropix has developed a hardware-enabled software technology making this a reality.
Entropix uses AI to reverse the resolution-degrading effects of optical blur and sensor sampling in order to reconstruct the original color stream to nine times its captured pixel density.
Headquarter: Portland, USA
See how Entropix’ AI gets the most out of low resolution images:
Lentix’s“XPOSE”is a patented, software-based imaging solution that automatically corrects shadowing and low lighting to instantly reveal valuable surveillance information and that would otherwise go undetected.
Spectral Edge develops low-light performance tech for video surveillance cameras. By dynamically fusing RGB & IR data in real time Spectral Edge’s tech enhances overall camera performance by extending the time period for usable colors.
Instead of an arbitrary switch over between visible and NIR views, cameras powered by Spectral Edge provide a blend of both, maximizing resulting video quality & image recognition capabilities.
Headquarter: Cambridge, Great Britain
2. Start-Ups that will Change the Game in VMS/ VSaaS & Platforms in IoT
Arcules addresses the need of modern enterprises for an integrated cloud-based video surveillance and IoT service.
Using the latest developments in cloud, artificial intelligence and machine learning, Arcules combines previously untapped video monitoring data with sensor data and analytics to deliver actionable insights that ultimately drive better business decisions, optimise operations and improve safety.
Ocucon’s multi-award winning cloud-based storage solution provides organisations with the flexibility to store uncapped amounts of data for as long as is required and access surveillance footage from anywhere in the world, at any time.
Ocucon’s pixelation service harnesses the power of Artificial Intelligence and machine learning to provide intelligent cloud-based video redaction for GDPR compliance
Based on deep learning technology, IronYun provides enterprise customers with multiple video surveillance solutions, including Video Search, Face Recognition, Intrusion Detection, LPR etc. IronYun provides End-to-End private cloud computing based VSaaS solutions, developed by over 100 leading technologists and software engineers over a span of 4 years.
Verkada’s IoT platform combines plug-and-play security cameras with intelligent, cloud-based software — all in a scalable, user-friendly system.
Organizations use Verkada to protect people and assets, secure facilities, and gain new insights that improve the efficiency of their operations. Verkada's vision is for an autonomous, distributed system capable of understanding the physical world in real time.
VXG Platform is a software NVR, multi-format streaming server and lightweight VMS with an AI interface and Web and Mobile front-ends. You can run it on the Cloud, on premises and on the edge, anywhere you need need recording and AI.
Headquarter: Toronto, Canada
3. A Start-Up that will Revolutionise Cyber Security in IoT
VDOO’s automated IoT security platform provides an end-to-end solution for security automation, certification, and protection. It enables connected devices manufacturers and users gain full control over the device security through its entire life cycle, taking into account the device’s performance and time-to-market.
Headquarter: Aviv-Yafo, Israel
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