April 30, 2019, Cary, NC - CBC AMERICA, a leading manufacturer of intelligent security systems, announced a strategic business alliance with Turing Video, an innovator in robotics and deep-learning software. With this strategic agreement, CBC will partner with Turing Video to introduce an autonomous security robot powered for AI with video analytics.
"We're thrilled to announce this collaboration. It will allow us to bring another level of intelligent security to our customers,” said Jim Holihan, Executive Vice President, Imaging and Information Technology at CBC.
“Turing Video is excited to partner with CBC to offer our industry-leading robotic and AI solutions,” said Jack Schenk, Executive Vice President of Turing Video. “With their expertise in delivering cutting edge hardware and software security solutions, extensive distribution, and solutions-orientated professionals, we look forward to extending our channel and delivering best in class security solutions. This partnership celebrates the experience and success of both our companies”.
The security robot can stream video to CBC’s Ganz CORTROL VMS, providing an added level of real-time, autonomous surveillance with deep-learning capabilities. This product is ideal for applications, including corporate buildings, malls, and sports arenas.
The two companies will introduce the technology at a series of networking events with live demonstrations on May 15-16 at CBC's West Coast office in Torrance, CA. For more information go to ganzsecurity.com/robot
About CBC AMERICA
CBC AMERICA is a global leader in the design, development, and manufacture of world-class security solutions. CBC offers integrated system architecture across multiple market segments including IP and analog cameras, performance-driven optics, intelligent video analytics, biometric access systems, video management software, and recording devices.
About Turing Video
Turing Video is pioneering the robotics industry with leading artificial intelligence and navigation systems for security robots. Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, Turing Video develops state-of-the-art deep learning, edge computing, and self-patrolling technology to enable robots to assess situations and collaborate with human beings in real-time, keeping assets secure.
For more information, please visit https://www.turingvideo.com