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Twenty20 Solutions Unveils Heightened AI Capabilities

By Enterprise Security Magazine | Thursday, January 21, 2021

By using sophisticated machine learning methods to correctly classify noteworthy behavior while continuously filtering out insignificant incidents, Twenty20’s technologies can now eliminate false alarms by up to 90 percent.

FREMONT, CA: Twenty20, a leading supplier of automation and security technologies, smart analytics, and access control solutions, announced the introduction of improved Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology with advanced object detection and classification applications designed to improve operating performance for its customers. The company also announced a comprehensive platform roadmap with new AI-enabled analytics to drive higher visibility, security, and automation levels.

“Developing AI-enabled technology that helps customers automate their day-to-day on-site activities and keep their assets, people and businesses safe and compliant is our company’s main focus,” said Dan Vertachnik, CEO, Twenty20 Solutions.

Improved object recognition and classification are at the core of Twenty20’s enhanced AI capabilities. Quick and correct object detection is the basis for Twenty20’s AI security solutions. By way of correct object recognition, the device can scan for unique artifacts and incidents, classify suspicious behaviors, equate objects with others for identification purposes, map equipment positions, and more.

By using sophisticated machine learning methods to correctly classify noteworthy behavior while continuously filtering out insignificant incidents, Twenty20’s technologies can now eliminate false alarms by up to 90 percent. This instance leads to less time spending on qualifying non-relevant cases.

Twenty20 Solutions has also upgraded its License Plate Recognition analytics, collecting license plate details at faster speeds. Twenty20’s automation technologies would enable customers to create license plate information watch lists and activate automatic actions or security warnings based on the data recorded in these lists.

The company’s strategy involves further updates to its current portfolio of AI, robotics, and video analytics technology and software solutions in addition to the improved Object and License Plate Recognition capability. These new and updated capabilities will be launched early this year and include:

Motion Detection: Twenty20’s technology detects motion at the edge allowing convergence with any video surveillance camera. This aspect will enable businesses with cameras already in operation to incorporate more sophisticated analytics to improve their operating performance.

Facial Recognition: This capability can automatically identify, recognize and compare faces in real-time and view data. Users will scan for people of interest by a picture in a previously detected database and watch lists with high precision.

PPE Recognition: Objects of interest can be identified in the consumer’s customizable video archive so that the device can be appropriately recognized over time. By recording items such as building hard hats, face masks, gloves, and vests, businesses may maintain enforcement and reduce their responsibility for on-site workers and contractors.

Vehicle Classification: This specialized form of object Classification defines the types of vehicles and classifies them as vehicles, bikes, buses, trucks, etc. Identifying vehicles heading to the company’s location can aid with police cases, validate operating costs by validating on-site vendor time, and more.

Twenty20 solutions are powered by AI technology. The company’s patented cloud-based computing interface incorporates all consumer locations into a seamless view, offering unprecedented access and control over all facets of on-site activities from any computer or mobile device. Twenty20 guarantees that each user’s specific data needs are quickly addressed through a common platform through its modular infrastructure.

“We are committed to providing leading-edge solutions that protect our customers’ assets and people, optimize their operations, improve their efficiency and reduce their overall costs,” said Vertachnik. “The new and improved technology roadmap we are committed to rolling out extends that commitment to our customers by delivering tools that provide unprecedented value.”

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