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The City of Ipswich Drives Citywide Transformation with BriefCam Video Analytics

February 6, 2019

BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb 6, 2019--BriefCam, the industry’s leading provider of Video Synopsis® and Deep Learning solutions, today announced that the City of Ipswich has been leveraging BriefCam’s innovative and comprehensive video analytics platform to advance its Safe City initiatives.

To drive economic prosperity, enhance quality of life and facilitate connectivity in Ipswich, the city council is embracing new technologies and approaches, such as video surveillance, to increase public safety and support law enforcement. By implementing BriefCam’s Video Content Analytics platform, the city has achieved optimized productivity, reduced time-to-target in investigations and increased data-driven intelligence, maximizing their video resources for the benefit of the city council, residents and business owners.

“BriefCam’s intuitive technology allows us to do fast reviews and provide intelligence to police, so they can further their investigations and operations,” said Larry Waite, Ipswich Safe City and Corporate Security Manager. “What would normally take an hour and a half to two hours to review, now takes five to six minutes. Long term, the more we use it, the more efficient our time is going to be.” By aggregating video data over time, BriefCam helps users uncover trends and patterns for driving operational efficiency, visualizing the information in easy to consume data analytics dashboards.

BriefCam’s state-of-the-art technology accelerates video review and incident response by transforming video data into searchable, quantifiable and actionable intelligence. The technology analyzes video to detect, track, extract and identify people and objects that appear, driving security enablement and operational decision making. The ability to watch hours of video in minutes – sometimes even seconds – enables public safety and law enforcement operators to reinforce investigations with video evidence, understand developing situations in real-time, pinpoint objects and people of interest in video and unlock the full value of video surveillance investments.

“The City of Ipswich embodies the values at the heart of every forward-thinking city, and BriefCam is thrilled to be a part of their success,” said Stephanie Weagle, BriefCam chief marketing officer. “By empowering the City of Ipswich to accelerate investigations, improve situational awareness and derive operational intelligence, BriefCam is enabling the city to extend the value of their video surveillance investments and advance their Safe City initiatives. We are excited to see how the city continues to thrive and evolve as it harnesses further video data for actionable insight.”

Read more about how the City of Ipswich is advancing their safe city initiatives with BriefCam here.

About BriefCam BriefCam is the industry’s leading provider of Video Synopsis® and Deep Learning solutions for rapid video review and search, face recognition, real-time alerting and quantitative video insights. By transforming raw video into actionable intelligence, BriefCam dramatically shortens the time-to-target for security threats while increasing safety and optimizing operations. BriefCam’s award-winning products are deployed by law enforcement and public safety organizations, government and transportation agencies, major enterprises, healthcare and educational institutions, and local communities worldwide.

For more information about transforming video surveillance into actionable intelligence, visit  https://www.briefcam.com/

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CONTACT: BriefCam

Stephanie Weagle

CMO

Stephanie.weagle@briefcam.comMoxie & Mettle

Justine Schneider

201-921-9428

justine@moxiemettle.com

KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA MASSACHUSETTS

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: TECHNOLOGY SOFTWARE AUDIO/VIDEO SECURITY

SOURCE: BriefCam

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PUB: 02/06/2019 09:00 AM/DISC: 02/06/2019 09:01 AM

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