Quanergy and SAIMOS enter into a partnership

The jointly developed solutions combine Quanergy’s AI-powered, 3D LiDAR-based QORTEX platform with SAIMOS Video Analytics Module and Geographic Information System (GIS) for intelligent perimeter protection and intrusion detection in a wide variety of applications.

Quanergy and SAIMOS enter into a partnership
Quanergy and SAIMOS enter into a partnership

Quanergy and SAIMOS enter into a partnership

Quanergy Systems, Inc recently announced a partnership with SAIMOS  (Situational Awareness, Infrastructure Management & Operation’s Security), an Austrian software development company that offers AI-based video analytics and Geographic System Information (GIS) solutions.

The jointly developed solutions combine Quanergy’s AI-powered, 3D LiDAR-based QORTEX platform with SAIMOS Video Analytics Module and Geographic Information System (GIS) for intelligent perimeter protection and intrusion detection in a wide variety of applications.

The integrated solutions leverage Quanergy’s 3D LiDAR sensors and QORTEX perception software to detect, identify, and track objects with 95%+ accuracy, reducing costly false alarms.

With SAIMOS’ Video Analytics, the objects can be visualized on either a public map (like Google, Bing, OSM, or ESRI) or a customer’s floor plan in real time.

In addition, with SAIMOS’ advanced GIS capabilities, operators can select up to 4 classified objects on the map for cross-camera or PTZ tracking to provide enhanced situational awareness of the premise.

OA Online quoted Enzo Signore, CMO at Quanergy as saying that they are excited to integrate their 3D-LiDAR based platform with SAIMOS technologies to bring a new level of automatic threat assessment to security applications.

LiDAR is reshaping the security and smart space industries, and they are excited to offer these advanced, complementary capabilities to the market.

The integrated solutions also unlock actionable insights into people’s movement patterns for smart space surveillance. For example, the solution can monitor crowds in a mall or amusement park to track and apprehend pocket thieves.

Sensors can also be placed at entrances to monitor access control and track individuals entering and exiting spaces. This data can be used both for immediate response to security incidents and for long-term analysis.