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Monday
Jul092012

Use 3VR? Get Early Access to Prism Skylabs!

What if you had real-time visibility into any shelf, room, or store in your business—all from your phone? Or the ability to securely store video footage on the cloud—for months or even years?

Thanks to Prism Skylabs' recent partnership with 3VR, hundreds of business will have access to Prism’s revolutionary services. As the leading video intelligence company that enables organizations to search, mine and leverage video to bolster security, and mitigate fraud, 3VR’s partnership with Prism Skylabs couldn’t be more fitting.

With the addition of the Prism Skylabs plug-in, 3VR customers can access their business in real time—from any device, on any network, at any location.  And by downloading the plug-in, 3VR customers open up a world of powerful, real-time customer information to employees throughout their company, unlocking once-hidden data not only for security professionals, but for their colleagues in marketing, merchandising and operations.

Prism will be holding a webinar on July 16 to further explain the platform integration. 3VR customers and integrators can sign up here for a 30-minute session on how to use and install new, cutting-edge services such as mobile access, long-term storage, and visual customer analytics.

Thursday
Apr052012

3VR Facial Recognition Software Deployed to Protect Mexican Prisons

Security Director News reported this week that facial recognition leader 3VR has deployed its software at several prisons in the Mexican state of Guanajuato to manage visitors and monitor suspects who act as intermediaries between locked-up gang members.

One prison north of Mexico City sees more than 1,000 visitors a day, making manual visitor management impossible. Now, 3VR facial recognition software is being used to keep track of those visitors and watch for suspicious behavior. Each visitor’s photo is taken and added to a database, which frees up manpower for more important duties, SDN found.

The Guanajuato prisons are the first prisons to deploy 3VR technology, Al Shipp, 3VR's CEO, told SDN. "This is it for us right now, but it's opening up the market for us. These guys created the use case for us," Shipp said. "We're starting to talk to more and more. We're even talking to some in the U.S."

3VR may have a larger role in Guanajuato after its success at the prisons. There’s talk of deploying facial recognition among the surveillance systems in the cities, where it could be used to track criminals and capture license plate information.

Tuesday
Mar272012

A Natural Fit: Prism Skylabs Integrates With Video Intelligence Leader 3VR

Some things are just born to go together. For example, today, Prism Skylabs announced a new integration with 3VR’s Video Intelligence Platform, which will let 3VR customers engage with their consumers more effectively and drive smarter business decisions using Prism’s cloud-based service.

“Customers are increasingly demanding a greater return on investment and ensuring that their security platforms can be leveraged to provide benefits across the entire business, including merchandising, operations and customer service,” said Joe Boissy, chief marketing officer of 3VR. “Partnering with Prism Skylabs allows our customers to rapidly deploy a cutting-edge application that provides incremental value in a way that is easy for integrators to configure and support.”

The 3VR integration is super simple: a single plug-in includes Prism Skylabs’ video processing engine and can be easily integrated into any 3VR installation, automatically connecting 3VR’s VIP to Prism Skylabs’ cloud-based service. Business owners and loss prevention personnel, for example, can now benefit from quick remote and mobile access to visuals and reports that are stored indefinitely in the cloud. They can also share these visual insights with coworkers and customers via email, the business’ website and social channels such as Google+, YouTube, Facebook, Yelp and Twitter.

Prism also correlates video data with social media activity to show a business how consumers interact with their brand across different channels, which gives them a more composite view of what’s happening online and offline at any given time.

“Since the beginning, 3VR has pushed the boundaries of what’s possible in video intelligence and how their customers use their technology to move surveillance from a cost creator to a revenue driver,” said Steve Russell, CEO and founder of Prism Skylabs. “Our integration simply builds on that momentum. 3VR’s customers now have the freedom to access their systems from anywhere — and from any device — and get even more understanding into what’s happening in their venue at any given time, significantly increasing operational efficiencies and revenue opportunities.”

Want to know more? Visit Prism Skylabs or 3VR online, or stop by 3VR’s booth (#22055) at this year’s ISC West conference in Las Vegas, March 28-30.

Wednesday
May112011

How did Facial Recognition Software ID Osama?

CBS San Francisco Highlights Facial Recognition in Bin Laden Raid from threevr on Vimeo.

 

3VR's own director of research and development, Tim Frederick, explains how powerful facial recognition technology identified Osama bin Laden -- "even with a bullet in the eye." The interview was featured on CBS News in San Francisco.