The city of San Diego has deployed Cernium’s ‘Perceptrak’ intelligent video system to monitor security camera networks covering parts of the city’s infrastructure.
Perceptrak simultaneously analyzes video from 16 cameras, in real time, on a single video processor. The system is able to monitor security video for any combination of 18 pre-defined behaviors, including fallen persons, abandoned or removed objects, facility intrusion, and lurking or erratically-behaving individuals, and provides real time alerts to law enforcement and security personnel.
Convergint Technologies, a US security services provider, was appointed as the
lead systems integrator and prime contractor for the project.
Intelligent video analytics is a next generation security tool that helps stop crime before it starts. Perceptrak offers advanced analysis of suspicious behaviors in a package that is easy to install, maintain and expand, says Regional Account Manager, Bruce Whitaker.
San Diego joins Cernium customers like Boeing, The Johns Hopkins University, the City of Yonkers Municipal Parking Authority and George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate in deploying Perceptrak.