HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Behavioral Recognition Systems, Inc. (BRS Labs), creator of AISight®, the first artificial intelligence system for enhanced video surveillance that delivers real-time alerts for unexpected activity, today announced an alliance with Alava Ingenieros Group. Alava will market AISight real-time threat recognition and response systems within Spain, Portugal, Gibraltar and Andorra. The formal signing ceremony for the agreement will take place at the United States embassy in Madrid on November 13.
“We have almost 40 years helping enterprise organizations and public sector agencies protect transportation facilities and critical infrastructure from attack or misuse. BRS Labs’ revolutionary approach brings artificial intelligence to video surveillance, which will help our customers recognize potential threats faster and more accurately than ever before”
BRS Labs is the innovator and leader in behavioral recognition technology that teaches itself to recognize suspicious activity in real-time without human intervention or complex programming. Alava is one of Europe’s leading prime contractors for safety and security solutions for government and financial services organizations. Customers include the Bank of Spain, the Madrid and Barcelona airports, the Madrid Exhibition Center, multiple transportation agencies, every police station in Catalonia and the Spanish prison system.
“We have almost 40 years helping enterprise organizations and public sector agencies protect transportation facilities and critical infrastructure from attack or misuse. BRS Labs’ revolutionary approach brings artificial intelligence to video surveillance, which will help our customers recognize potential threats faster and more accurately than ever before,” said Isabel Tarodo, General Manager Security Division at Alava. “Together, we can deliver truly scalable real-time threat recognition and response, which will be a huge benefit for our customers as they continue to improve the safety and security of their facilities.”
“Behavioral recognition is the only intelligent video surveillance solution that increases the value of security infrastructure like that delivered by Alava,” added John Frazzini, President of BRS Labs. “Together, we represent a new state-of-the art for situational awareness through physical security. Our customers will be able to see more and see it sooner. We’re proud to be working with Alava, and look forward to our mutual success.”
For more information on AISight or BRS Labs, visit www.brslabs.com. For more information on Alava Ingenieros Group, please visit en.alava-ing.es.
About BRS Labs
BRS Labs builds self-learning behavioral recognition software for enhanced video surveillance. These highly automated solutions dramatically improve situational awareness and incident response across complex physical environments. This patented artificial intelligence technology accurately identifies potential and active threats in real-time, deploys quickly, and is inexpensive to operate. Customers use BRS Labs to react sooner to unfolding safety, security and operational management situations, and to deploy staff more efficiently. That’s why government agencies and major corporations rely on BRS Labs to protect people, assets, facilities and borders. BRS Labs is headquartered in Houston, with offices in Washington DC, Sao Paolo and Barcelona.
About Grupo Alava Ingenieros
Alava Ingenieros Group is a privately owned group which has been providing high technology solutions in the testing, measurement, communications security, defense and preventive maintenance fields since it was first founded in 1973. The group offers consultancy, engineering, distribution, training and technical services, providing turnkey projects for several sectors including aerospace, automotive, security, defense, communications and finance, as well as testing and research centers, universities, public services and industry in general.
AISight is a registered trademark, and Behavioral Recognition is a trademark of Behavioral Recognition Systems, Inc. Any other trademarks mentioned are the property of their owners.