“Two years ago, we won the iHLS Innovation Award 2012. Since that time, our product line has matured, our client base has expanded, and BriefCam has been used and recognized for its role in major criminal and homeland security-related investigations. For all of these reasons, we’re proud to be able to announce BriefCam Syndex GV at Israel HLS 2014,” said Dror Irani, CEO and President of BriefCam. [Read more...]
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An article published in Popular Science last week examined why Israel is a world leader in high tech start-ups. The article initially focused on a company called BriefCam, whose product aided authorities in finding the suspects in last year’s Boston Marathon bombing by allowing them to review thousands of videos and photographs in expedited fashion... American Tech Mag Looks at Israel’s Start-Up Success | The Tower
After Hurricane Sandy struck Liberty and Ellis Islands in 2012, part of the eight-month restoration project included installing a new surveillance system to help U.S. Park Police (USPP) and the National Park Service (NPS) protect the millions of families who visit each year. The goal was to provide intelligent perimeter security for the islands, complete coverage for the entire interior of the statue, and enhanced coverage of the security screening facilities at the ferry landings in New York and New Jersey. The technology would help park personnel monitor visitor lines, assist ferry operations, and expedite responses to emergencies... Customer story: U.S. National Park Service (Statue of Liberty) | Axis Communications.
"The method, called video synopsis, was invented by an Israeli company called BriefCam, which counts all the right three-letter agencies as clients. (The FBI declined to comment on the specifics of the Boston investigation.)..." Why Are Israeli Startups Leading The Tech World? | Popular Science