Amazon Kinesis Video Streams makes it easy to securely stream video from connected devices to AWS for analytics, machine learning (ML), and other processing. Learn how the following featured customers use Kinesis Video Streams to ingest and store video for  applications that power industrial automation, security monitoring, artificial intelligence (AI), and more.


Nirovision increases flexibility and agility by using Amazon Kinesis Video Streams

About the company

Nirovision is a video analytics platform that utilizes deep learning models to detect objects, recognize faces, or answer questions like “Is someone wearing a mask?” The Niro app allows customers to seamlessly perform advanced monitoring activities across multiple locations and devices. Customers can gain actionable insights by accessing live video feeds, searching through a timeline of relevant video events, and configuring real-time alerts based on any set of rules.

How Nirovision uses Kinesis Video Streams

“We built our own video ingestion pipeline to service our apps, but found that our infrastructure was not flexible enough to support different use cases or multiple camera brands. Implementing Amazon Kinesis Video Streams gave us the flexibility and agility we needed. We are now able to focus more time enhancing the capabilities and usability of our apps to better serve our customers and less time managing our infrastructure.” - Brice Lechatellier, CTO of Nirovision.

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Agent Vi extends its AI-driven video analytics solution to any IP camera

About the company

Agent Vi’s cloud-based, video analytics software-as-a-service (SaaS) offers capabilities ranging from detection of security and safety incidents in real-time to expedited investigations via automated video search, big data applications, and more.  

How Agent Vi uses Kinesis Video Streams

By using Amazon Kinesis Video Streams, Agent Vi extends its AI-driven video analytics solution to any IP camera, regardless of brand, without requiring installation of any dedicated hardware or software. Cameras pre-integrated with Kinesis Video Streams can stream video in real-time or after-the-fact to AWS, where Agent Vi’s cloud-based software can process the video feeds using deep learning-driven video analytics algorithms.

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Veritone brings artificial intelligence to video analytics

About the company

Veritone Inc. (NASDAQ: VERI), a leading artificial intelligence (AI) and cognitive solutions provider, combines a powerful suite of applications with over 120 best-in-class cognitive engines including facial and object recognition, transcription, geolocation, sentiment detection, and translation. Veritone combines these engines to produce time-correlated, multi-dimensional metadata from linear files.

How Vertione uses Kinesis Video Streams

Veritone's CEO Chad Steelberg said, "Amazon Kinesis Video Streams provides customers timely, cost-effective movement of their media to the cloud. With Amazon Kinesis Video Streams, customers can easily stream their content to AWS where Veritone processes and enriches their content with AI, in near real-time and at scale." Within seconds of capture, Kinesis Video Streams and Veritone make every frame of video or second of audio searchable for objects, faces, brands, keywords and more.

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ABEJA employs real-time video analytics in retail, manufacturing, and healthcare

About the company

ABEJA is a leading Japanese AI platform & solutions provider, enabling hundreds of companies in Asia. ABEJA’s platform allows retailers in Japan to analyze live video feeds from their store aisles to understand shopper behavior and optimize shopping experience in real-time. For example, retailers use the data to replenish hot items, offer instant promotions, and staff their checkout counters based on how many shoppers are waiting in lines.

How ABEJA uses Kinesis Video Streams

“Before Amazon Kinesis Video streams, it was hard for us to perform real-time video analytics, and instead we had to rely on batch driven analytics, which makes insights less impactful,” says Yousuke Okada, CEO of ABEJA. “Now, we can focus on building the deep learning solution that power our AI platform instead of worrying about infrastructure for real-time video ingestion or dealing with the variety of camera makers and models.” Using Kinesis Video Streams, ABEJA is able to accelerate the speed of innovation and bring the power of their AI platform to other industry verticals including manufacturing and healthcare, where real-time video analytics make big impact.

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