BRS Lab Partner Gets TV Coverage

There's a company from Louisiana claiming they have analytics that can "learn" suspicious behavior and that it's been installed in Houston and thousands of cameras around the world. A look at the Crescent Guard website shows that they are a BRS Labs partner.

Their tag line: "When it comes to preventing and solving crimes, what if surveillance cameras could learn to spot suspicious behavior before a crime is committed?"

The cost: $5,000 per camera, according to the news report below:

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