Eagle Eye Networks, a leader in the cloud video surveillance industry, has announced get Uncanny Vision to expand research and development capabilities.
The move is part of the expansion plans announced by Eagle Eye Networks in 2020, after securing $ 40 million in funding to combine video surveillance with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and cloud computing. The purchase of Uncanny Vision will provide the company with proprietary technology such as in-depth learning algorithms that aim to improve knowledge, identification and prediction. The addition of these capabilities will return to improving the performance of video surveillance solutions, improving value for users.
The acquisition will allow 60 Uncanny Vision employees to join the Eagle Eye Network and the expansion of the Bangalore office, which is confident in the company’s ability and potential to participate in the restructuring of the industry. Dean Drako, CEO of Eagle Eye Networks, said:
“An example of Uncanny’s core technology: Most companies showed enrollment at 80-90% when we tested in less accurate accuracy (e.g., access to outdoor parking lots). Uncanny’s AI pulled it out of the park with 98% accuracy. was one of the first companies and shows the speed and accuracy of what they provide. “
With Ranjith Parakkal and Navaneethan Sundaramoorthy Eagle Eye Networks created by Uncanny Vision, they will enter leadership positions to help the company meet Uncanny Vision’s current customers and fulfill its commitment to building its global infrastructure. Parakkale referred to this appointment by stating:
“We share the vision of the Eagle Eye team to provide advanced and cyber cloud video surveillance offerings that transform video surveillance for businesses around the world.”
The acquisition of Eagle Eye Networks will allow the company to expand its capabilities, helping thousands of companies become financially stable by facilitating access to cost-effective and cost-effective videos. surveillance services through a subscription-based model.