Ex-Intel Led Team Launches Big Data Video Analytics Startup

Author: Brian Karas, Published on Jun 08, 2016

A team of ex-Intel PhD's and engineers are attempting to bring "big data" to security and video analytics.

Avidbeam says they will revolutionize what is possible with video analytics, in this report we examine their potential.

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