The Incorporation of Artificial Intelligence in Video Surveillance Systems is Now a Reality and Offered by DirectView
NEW YORK-DirectView Holdings, Inc., (OTC: DIRV) (“DirectView” or the “Company”), a company focused on ownership and management of leading video and security technology companies, announced today that the Company has seen a rise in new requests from a number of key markets, adding to the company’s client base.
Requests have been coming in from schools, aviation, data centers and hotels. The company is currently working with a number of clients who wish to either replace their current systems or fortify what they have with new surveillance technology.
Roger Ralston, DirectView’s CEO said, “It’s projected that the video surveillance system market will reach a value of $43.8 billion by 2025, and if you gave me that projection a decade ago, I wouldn’t have believed it. With advancements in cloud computing and artificial intelligence, a projection like this is not only feasible, it’s also something that we at DirectView can relate to. DirectView is seeing a substantial increase in orders this year. The surveillance systems of today are beginning to use AI technology to detect the behaviors that lead to crime like shoplifting, vandalism and terror attacks, all done in real-time.”
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DirectView management believes 2018 will shatter company records. As previously reported in 10-Q filing, DirectView saw year/year sales growth of 1,689% for the three months ended September 30th, 2017.
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