AI surveillance software system based on AI human behavior recognition.Use patented technology to detect abnormal behavior based on a given area’s normal activity through pre-existing security cameras
More recently, this cutting edge state of art technology had been employed at 10+ current clients including 2 Major Japanese real estate developers, one of the biggest Japanese facility management companies, railway operations company, etc. As of August 2022, there are approx. 3100 cameras incorporated by our AI system. Moreover, 10 patents had been submitted resulting in 8 approval nationally and 2 accepted internationally.
Problem or Opportunity
You can spot a surveillance camera at every corner of your neighborhood. However, we cannot confidently assure that we are using these cameras effectively to keep our community safe. In other words, installing cameras alone are not enough to prevent crimes. Checking every video isn’t feasible due to the tremendous number of cameras and footage. As a result, the security cameras are not really used to watch over the city but just but just keep records!
Solution (product or service)
“Asilla”, our signature product is an AI security camera system capable of identifying, through autonomous learning, subtle signs of suspicious and unusual activities in real-time to alert on-site security staff, serving as an extra set of human eyes 24/7. Our, extremely lightweight pose estimation algorithm enables Asilla to receive multi-streaming from 50 cameras per server (compared with less than 10 per server ordinarily), processing it up to 14 times faster than some of the industry-leading systems and with higher accuracy to recognize subtle personal behaviors and incidents!
Currently utilizing AI security product with a subscription model on a monthly basis. US$40/user・Month.
Incubation/Acceleration programs accomplishment
AI Accelerator (2021)
Toshiba Open Innovation Program (2020)
Microsoft for Start Ups (2020)
NVIDIA Inception Program (2020)
Plug and Play Japan (2019)
FUJITSU ACCELERATOR (2017)