Hitachi Vantara Releases Video Analytics Suite

Jeff Brody

Hitachi Vantara has unveiled a suite of applications designed to help customers analyze data to obtain business intelligence and manage operational safety.

Lumada Video Insights employs artificial intelligence, computer vision, analytics, data integration and orchestration tools for organizations to accelerate internet of things programs and establish spaces or ecosystems, Hitachi Vantara said Tuesday

The company developed the offering as part of its DataOps strategy to help clients manage data with AI technology.

“We are excited to expand our work with public and private organizations to transform how retail, government and transportation use data-driven intelligence to innovate and achieve greater outcomes,” said Brad Surak, chief product and strategy officer at Hitachi Vantara. 

Video Insights is available in select countries.

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