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of IoT solutions.
IntelliSite connects organizations, communities, and cities through the delivery of state-of-the-art surveillance, IoT sensors, and artificial intelligence.
IntelliSite is committed to the success of every application and ensuring customers realize the full potential of their IoT solution.
IntelliSite’s open and scalable IoT
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IntelliSite Corporation, a portfolio company of DFW Capital Partners, delivers outcomes for our customer across IoT, Safety &
Security and Computer Vision.
Part 1: Artificial Intelligence (AI)
The Security Industry Association (SIA) recently put out their Security Megatrends 2021 report, an annual list that includes the top ten factors that they believe will influence the short-term and long-term changes in global security.
This list, which is put together based on survey results and interviews with top security professionals, is always unveiled at SIA’s annual conference, Securing New Ground (SNG). SNG brings together (virtually this year) leading entrepreneurs, CEOs, and industry professionals to network and discuss everything security.
Here’s the big surprise: AI was listed as the #1 Security Megatrend for the coming year and beyond. To put this in perspective, AI took the #5 spot in their 2019 report.
Even Pope Francis believes AI will have a powerful impact in the year ahead, praying that AI will be beneficial for humanity in his November Intention prayer.
For the purposes of this post, this is how we’re defining AI:
AI enables massive data crunching, processing of complex multi-dimensional problems that would take much longer to process a linear way. AI programming can be applied to multiple streams of data – visual data, sensor data – and to identify patterns and desired outcomes in real time. It can become smarter overtime – by retrofitting algorithms through incorporations of new observed data. AI is the future of technological and IoT solutions across endless vertical applications.
We’re proud to say that IntelliSite addresses all 10 of these trends, so we will be delving into each trend in depth in our Megatrend Articles Series. We’ll be doing this in a series to explain each one in detail. First up in our series is AI. Take a look at what IntelliSite provides in the AI space:
Artificial intelligence has been part of IntelliSite solutions for some time, but we recognized AI is the future of IoT and Edge technology, so we made a big move. Back in August of this year, we deepened our commitment to our AI solutions by acquiring Deep Vision AI, a leading company powered in computer vision that helps turn visual data into real-time analytics for valuable insight.
With these capabilities, we now consider our AI talent, knowledge-base, and proprietary technology to be one of our three pillars of excellence within IntelliSite.
We strive to add AI to every customer solution. For example, with our DeepVision AI technology, we’ve incorporated AI into our video monitoring solutions that go beyond traditional security setups to provide with automated video analysis and alert based on behavioral events like traffic incidents, security threats, and others like illegal dumping, copper theft, and trespassers in public parks at night. DeepVision AI provides a new lens for monitoring solutions by facilitating new ways of analyzing and monetizing visual data – not only capturing what’s going on, but understanding and continuing to learn in order to proactively address issues and help meet business needs.
Additionally, our DeepInsights solution incorporates AI and provides visualization for advanced analytics. Through DeepInsights, IntelliSite can perform analysis on current and previous data, looking for patterns and trends to proactively show potential issues or areas to address. This is done comprehensively by combining multiple data streams for centralized management and understanding.
DeepVision AI and DeepInsights also address IoT sensors data, which add tremendous value and enhanced features to your smart environment such as air quality monitoring, water management, etc. It’s important to note that advancements in network connectivity, cloud functionality, and edge computing among other hardware components are driving these innovative services. As these technologies work in concert together, it results in companies not only being alerted to changes in the environment, but they have the knowledge and insight to real-time data in order to make critical decisions.
IntelliSite’s AI in the Real World
IntelliSite recently had the opportunity to implement its Heuristic Based Monitoring (hBM) thermal solution into a major U.S. international airport to help ensure health and safety standards for travelers and airport staff based on CDC guidelines. Through our core AI capabilities, the airport is able to monitor numerous entrance points and quickly and efficiently alert on elevated temperatures to proactively address potential health risks. Learn more by reading our blog post, “You Are Now Free to Move About the Airport.”
Additionally, IntelliSite is working with a major city in Silicon Valley as part of their Vision Zero program, to provide advanced vehicle traffic monitoring capabilities and vehicle incident detection – such as traffic jams, wrong ways, stalled vehicles, near hit accidents, and much more. Through DeepVision and DeepInsights, traffic controllers and city managers are able to utilize real-time insights to make the city safer for pedestrians and drivers.
We’re very excited about the future and what our AI capabilities can offer to our partners and customers! We invite you to visit our website, schedule a short demo, or contact us to learn more about how our solutions can start working for you!
With an early background in nuclear physics and reactor engineering and over 20 years of business-to-business technology and information security expertise, Ken serves as the Chief Executive Officer of IntelliSite, the industry’s most dynamic, open software suite of IoT, AI and Sensors for mid-market and large enterprise customers, global technology partners and governments worldwide
Prior to joining IntelliSite, Ken was the General Manager & Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Dell Technologies Safety & Security, IoT, and Computer Vision business unit. During his tenure, he was recognized as one of Dell Technologies top security and public safety experts who were instrumental in establishing and growing Dell Technologies Safety and Security solutions.
Prior to Dell Technologies, Ken was a Fellow at the U.S. Department of State. Earlier in his career, he spent close to eight years building a hyper-growth business for Cisco’s Safety and Security, Access Control, and Emergency Response business unit. Previously, Ken was a Partner in one of the largest contract field sales organizations in the United States and served as a Nuclear Engineer for the United States Navy.
Ken holds a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business Management from the University of Phoenix and a Master of Public Administration (MPA) from Clemson University. He is a member of the Security Industry Association (SIA) and serves on the Cybersecurity Advisory Committee for the University of South Florida Muma College of Business as well as an Advisory Board Member for the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security.
Mario co-founded IntelliSite Corporation with Jorge Campos in 2001 and serves as the company’s President of Business Development and Strategy.
A serial entrepreneur, Mario guided the transition of QPCS, a small startup technology company into IntelliSite Corporation, a market leading organization that delivers outcomes for its customer across IoT, Safety & Security and Computer Vision.
Prior to founding QPCS, Mario worked as a software programmer for John Deer Agri Services.
Mario developed web-based software applications designed to provide food traceability in the Agribusiness world.
Jorge Campos is co-founder of IntelliSite Corporation and serves as the Chief Corporation Officer.
His extensive experience in the field has been instrumental in bringing new
technologies together to create successful IoT solutions. Since a very young age, Jorge showed exceptional technological skills; he sold his first commercial computer program at the age of 10. In 1995, working as a senior engineer for Costa Rica’s National Bank, he was part of the team that created and implemented the core software platform that was implemented across all of its branches.
Jorge is originally from Costa Rica and holds a bachelor’s degree in agricultural engineering from EARTH University, as well as a bachelor’s degree in computer science from California State University, Stanislaus.