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Embassy Group to use Staqu’s AI platform JARVIS across its properties – Times of India


Staqu has announced partnership with Embassy Group, one of India’s leading real estate development firms. Following this move, Staqu will extend the audio-video analytics capabilities of its AI platform JARVIS to augment the perimeter security of real estate assets and infrastructure. It will also help the real estate firm to enable optimal compliance with Covid-19 safety protocols.
Equipped with VMS (video management software) and VA (video analytics) technologies, JARVIS integrates with existing CCTV cameras to enable smart monitoring and analytics, thereby unlocking advanced security and safety of the perimeter and processes. Its implementation can help society and/or site managers to detect, track, and resolve instances of perimeter intrusion, camera tampering, violence, fire, and entry of unidentified vehicles.
JARVIS has features aimed at minimizing and mitigating accidental transmission. Some of its post-pandemic use-cases include face mask detection, social distancing check, crowd analysis, and hygiene compliances to ensure that people are adequately following safety norms and identify defaulters. Further, features such as Safety Gear/PPE Analysis, Queue Management, Demographical Analysis Footfall Analysis (Visitor Count), Heatmaps (Density Flow Analysis), Virtual boundary for perimeter security and Fire detection etc can accelerate and augment contamination efforts during emergencies.





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