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Entropix and Boulder AI Team Up to Create Groundbreaking Computer Vision Platform

February 5, 2019

PORTLAND, Ore.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb 5, 2019--Entropix and Boulder AI have joined forces to produce and distribute the world’s most powerful enterprise visual data detection, collection, processing and management system. The camera will utilize NVIDIA’s latest generation Tegra and Xavier processing architectures and will be built upon the award winning DNNCam™ platform, fully integrated with Entropix powerful Resolution Engine™ and ECVMS™ (Enterprise Computer Vision Management System).

Both Entropix and Boulder AI are members of NVIDIA’s Inception program and are at the cutting edge of hardware and software solutions in the computer vision ecosystem.

The product suite will feature:

Tegra-based DNNCam™ platform with 1.5 Teraflops of neural network horsepower Dual 12MP (color and true monochrome) Sony sensors - capable of effective computer vision resolution greater than 100MP for visual data applications Fully integrated with NVIDIA Deepstream and most Open Source video analytics Extreme edge bandwidth and storage reductions Enterprise/Edge/Hive ready Hardened for industrial use Multiple network and power options Built for every smart city computer vision application

“The combination of Boulder AI’s NVIDIA-based computer vision camera hardware capabilities and Entropix resolution engine and computer vision management software will enable a new and much more powerful generation of video analytics solutions for smart cities,” says Nathan Wheeler, CEO and a co-founder of Entropix, Inc. “As more video analytics are deployed for enterprise scale mission critical visual data operations, a seamless and extraordinarily powerful hardware-enabled software platform is needed to power them for any environment. We know that teaming up with Boulder AI will deliver exactly that.”

“Together, we are building the world’s most powerful visual computing platform. No longer are we talking about IP cameras and land-filling a ton of useless video. Machine learning tells us what is interesting in the image and Entropix resolution reconstruction software gives the system the almost magic ability to see extraordinary detail within detected objects. Pushing compute out to the camera level breaks the resolution limits that slow network infrastructure has imposed in the past. We are extremely excited about what is now possible,” says Darren Odom, CEO, Boulder AI.

Entropix and Boulder AI will be showcasing the new computer vision solution at NVIDIA’s GTC show in March, the International Security Conference (ISC West), and the Google Cloud NEXT show in April.

About Entropix

Entropix is revolutionizing the way machines consume pixels. Our patented Resolution on Demand® technology reconstructs video to an order of magnitude higher effective resolution, radically improving the accuracy and processing efficiency of any computer vision application. For more information, please visit www.entropix.com

About Boulder AI

Boulder AI makes super intelligent cameras that use AI to distill visual data down to what people care about, with or without the cloud. Our devices can use Boulder AI or third party models to measure everything visible in the connected city without compromising individual privacy. Security and safety are part and parcel of our focus-- on making the ecosystem of existing ITS and smart city sensors disappear into a single device. Ultimately, our goal is to use these devices as the basis of an edge data marketplace. For more, please visit.

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CONTACT: Nathan Wheeler

Email:nwheeler@entropix.com

Phone: 818-640-6090

KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA OREGON

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: TECHNOLOGY DATA MANAGEMENT HARDWARE SOFTWARE AUDIO/VIDEO OTHER TECHNOLOGY MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING

SOURCE: Entropix

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