Xjera Labs, in partnership with Changi Airport Group and Certis, have launched the Multi-Signal Surveillance Platform (MSS), which will pilot indoors at Changi Airport over a three to six-month period.
Founded in December 2013 in Singapore, Xjera Labs Pte Ltd focuses on developing artificial intelligence (AI) based image and video analytics (VA) solutions for various commercial applications with proven accuracy, high-level customisation and robust security. Their projects have included providing VA services to a local theme park, a chain of sushi restaurants, logistics companies, shopping malls, and government agencies.
MSS is an automated security surveillance project, which combines VA with AI. Unlike most security cameras that only capture video evidence, MSS combines sound and light, otherwise known as co-training, which is believed to improve the accuracy in which abnormal activities are detected. False positive alerts and the manual monitoring of video feeds can be reduced.
MSS is trained to recognise abnormal language, semantics and human actions. A propriety deep learning neural network, using Athena, supports MSS. The machine is trained to recognise faces, persons of interest, vehicle flow, crowds, cracks and spalling in the infrastructure, and provide social media satellite image analytics.