Megh Computing demos advanced, scalable Video Analytics Solution portfolio at WWT’s Advanced Technology Center

Megh Computing’s Video Analytics Solution (VAS) portfolio implements a flexible and scalable video analytics pipeline consisting of the following elements:

  • Video Ingestion
  • Video Transformation
  • Object Detection and Inference
  • Video Analytics
  • Visualization

 

Because Megh’s VAS is scalable, it can handle real-time video streams from a few to more than 150 video cameras. Because it’s flexible, you can use the VAS pipeline elements to construct a wide range of video analytics applications such as:

  • Factory floor monitoring to ensure that unauthorized visitors and employees avoid hazardous or secure areas
  • Industrial monitoring to ensure that production output is up to specifications
  • Smart City highway monitoring to detect vehicle collisions and other public incidents
  • Retail foot-traffic monitoring to aid in kiosk, endcap, and product positioning, and other merchandising activities
  • Museum and gallery exhibit monitoring to ensure that safe distances are maintained between visitors and exhibits

 

Because the number of cameras can be scaled to well more than 100 when using the VAS portfolio, Megh clearly needed a foundational technology portfolio that would support the solution’s demanding video throughput, computing, and scalability requirements. Megh selected a broad, integrated Intel technology portfolio that includes the latest 3rd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, Intel® Stratix® FPGAs, Intel® Core™ processors, and the Intel® Distribution of the OpenVINO™ toolkit.

Megh also chose WWT’s Advanced Technology Center (ATC), a collaborative ecosystem for designing, building, educating, demonstrating, and deploying innovative technology products and integrated architectural solutions for WWT customers, partners, and employees to demo the capabilities of the VAS. WWT built and is hosting a Megh VAS environment within its ATC that allows WWT and Megh customers to explore this solution in a variety of use cases, including specific customer environment needs and other requirements.

For more information about the Megh VAS portfolio and the WWT ATC, check out the WWT blog here.

 

 

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