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IC Realtime announces new Ella feature

February 28, 2018Spencer Ives

A couple of months back, I got the chance to speak to Matt Sailor, CEO of IC Realtime, about the company's new natural language video search platform Ella. Yesterday, the company announced its first update: including a time-lapse compiler and creation tool. “With this new update, users can create a time-lapse video from a range of time or by a specific query to produce more detailed and relevant results. The same natural language processing included within Ella is leveraged to create time-lapse...

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Suppliers

IC Realtime releases Ella

January 8, 2018Spencer Ives

POMPANO BEACH, Fla.—IC Realtime, a provider of digital surveillance and security technologies based here, on Jan. 8 officially launched Ella, a cloud-based search engine designed for going through video data using natural language.“The mindset behind Ella was always to alleviate the pain of finding important incidents in a very timely manner,” Matt Sailor, IC Realtime's CEO, told Security Systems News. The typical way of reviewing video data “is quite cumbersome and hasn't...

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Also Noted

IC Realtime adds 20,000 square foot showroom

April 4, 2013SSN Staff

POMPANO BEACH, Fla.—IC Realtime, a designer and manufacturer of surveillance solutions based here, has expanded its headquarters to include a new 20,000 square foot integration center, according to a company statement. The showroom, now open and operational, will demonstrate surveillance cameras, video recorders and apps in a live setting. The integration center also features a training center and research and development lab, the statement said. A focal point of the showroom is a demonstration...

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Residential

ADT sues copycats

October 7, 2010Martha Entwistle, Tess Nacelewicz

BOCA RATON, Fla.—Residential security giant ADT says it is actively going after security companies, big and small, who make “the mistake” of using signage that looks like ADT's trademarked octagonal, blue sign. This summer, ADT filed lawsuits against three companies and won permanent injunctions against those companies, which means they're legally prohibited from using the blue octagonal signs to advertise their businesses. “This is a case where imitation is not the highest...

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