Following a competitive bidding, Ipsotek was selected by Sydney Trains to deliver an AI-based video analytics solution. The collaboration will see the train operator integrate Ipsotek’s security cameras to identify tunnel and track intrusion at 13 stations in the metropolitan Sydney area.
Ipsotek’s AI solutions are at the core of Atos Computer Vision Platform, which provides pre-trained and customisable AI models powered by the BullSequana server range enabled by Nvidia GPUs and enriched by labs.
“Sydney Trains chose Ipsotek after an extensive comparison of a number of products,” explains Sydney Trains security capability for transport manager Mark Edmonds. “Ipsotek’s proven track record in the AI video analytics space, its partnership with Genetec, and its work with Innovate UK’s Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) for railway focused AI applications, made it a well-deserved choice.”
“Being chosen is a welcome validation of our expertise within transportation, and more specifically the rail sector, and we are proud to have supported Sydney Trains with its commitment to delivering enhanced security practices across its network,” says Ipsotek sales and marketing director APAC Chris Bishop.
“As an Nvidia Metropolis partner, Ipsotek delivers incredibly valuable capabilities, solving deeply challenging video-analytics problems using AI and the Nvidia GPU accelerated computing stack,” concludes Nvidia country manager enterprise ANZ Sudarshan Ramachandran.