Video as a Sensor utilizes artificial intelligence to turn a live video feed into a smart sensor and alerting system that can help operations teams be safer and better informed – analyzing and identifying trends at both the macro and micro levels.
With machine learning, the solution is continuously improving based on the review and input of key personnel. It is capable of detecting facility workers vs intruders, personnel in unsafe or prohibited facility zones, missing safety gear, stray animals, moving vehicles (for example, an unmanned train or truck that slipped its chocks), and practically any other scenario that you teach the system to recognize.
When an incident occurs, the system automatically saves the footage and alerts the operator. He can then review the anomaly, as well as what occurred directly before and after, to determine the cause and provide an expedited resolution. Video capture is especially important for compliance, as it provides proof of the condition of assets as they arrive and depart from a customer’s facility.
With a near-real-time alerting system in place to monitor unplanned incidents, facility personnel is free to focus on their more critical and timely responsibilities.
Video as a Sensor has real-world applications across a multitude of industries. It is especially relevant in verticals such as Oil & Gas, Energy, Utilities and Manufacturing, where safety and compliance are top priorities.
Video as a Sensor empowers operators with timely, relevant data and the ability to focus on the strategic parts of their job.
Innovation Delivery as a Service (IDAAS) is CBT’s proven process that de-risks innovation and gives you the best chance for digital transformation success. Delivering real results through constant evolution, transformation, rapid iteration, innovation, and support.
Connected Worker uses intrinsically safe devices to deliver actionable data to key personnel in real time.
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