April 11th, 2018
ALERT® Version 2.0 Immediate Release Announced at ISC West Conference

Irvine Sensors Corporation (“Irvine Sensors” or the “Company”), a leading developer of software and hardware accelerated solutions for advanced security video artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning applications, today announced an upgraded release of ALERT®, version 2.0. ALERT® is an AIpowered video analysis software suite delivering high-speed salient object detection, classification, and tracking. ALERT® exploits the full spatial, temporal, and color information content to achieve high success probabilities with very low false alert rates.

New features of the ALERT® 2.0 release: Object Detection, Classification, Labeling, Object Tracking Within a Camera Field of View, Wrong Way Detection, Intrusion Detection, Zone Monitoring, Tailgating/Piggybacking, Turnstile Evasion, People in Uniforms Detection, Object Left Behind, Thrown/Dropped Object Detection and Tracking.

We are also adding an API that simplifies integrations. This enables the functionality of ALERT® to be integrated into third party applications, either off-the-shelf video surveillance software or custom software.

Irvine Sensors ALERT®, version 2.0 are now available immediately and will be demonstrated during the ISC West tradeshow in Las Vegas, Nevada, April 11-13, 2018. To schedule a meeting, please contact Lee Bognar lbognar@irvine-sensors.com.

April 4th, 2018
Irvine Sensors at ISC West Conference.

Irvine Sensors will be attending and participating at the ISC West Trade Show in Las Vegas on April 10th- 13th for their award-winning ALERT® product line.

ISC WEST is the largest security industry trade show in the United States with over 29,000 attendees’ and over 1,000 exhibitors. In addition to ISC West, Irvine Sensors will also attend the Unmanned Security Expo and Connected Security Expo within ISC West.

“Irvine Sensors products reflect the mega trends in: Real-time Video Analytics, High Capacity Storage, Security, and Sensors used for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs)”, said Jim Nickolaou, CTO for Irvine Sensors. “Advanced security solutions like Irvine Sensors’ ALERT® are increasingly within customers modernization budgets. ISC WEST allows leaders and security industry professionals to collaborate, share information, and assess investment priorities for their customers”, said Nickolaou.

April 2nd, 2018
Irvine Sensors Announces Expanded Partnership with NVIDIA's Public Sector Team.

The strategic partnership will combine NVIDIA® GPU's and Irvine Sensors’ ALERT® Security Video Analytics for advanced tracking, classifying, and problem-solving capabilities within the Public Sector Vertical Market.

The partnership advances Irvine Sensors’ strategy to extend the capabilities and to broaden the ALERT® solutions to the Public Sector ecosystem.

"Combining NVIDIA's best-in-class AI GPU capabilities with Irvine Sensors’ leading video security analytics will allow us to meet the market demand more quickly,” said Arne Markoff, Vice President, Irvine Sensors. “We're excited to partner with NVIDIA to push the boundaries of what's possible in the Public Sector for an increasingly complex security threat landscape with artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning technologies.”

November 2nd, 2017
Irvine Sensors Corporation joins NVIDIA® Metropolis Software Partner Program.

The program offers a curated list of applications that make it easy for systems integrators and hardware vendors to build new security solutions. Using NVIDIA’s GPU technologies, ALERT provides advanced tracking, classifying, and problem-solving capabilities needed due to today’s increasingly complex threat landscape. ISC is using the latest deep learning techniques for the challenging task of tracking bags left behind in transit and public safety applications. The ALERT system is reaching unprecedented levels of accuracy, enabling the tool to create safer public environments.

About Irvine Sensors
Irvine Sensors Corporation has developed advanced cognitive processing techniques and empowered them with a variety of increasingly capable multi-core processors and advanced GPU’s. Over 30 years of research sponsored by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the Army Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC), and the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), as well as extensive internal corporate investments, serve as a basis for our current capabilities in the Cognitive Processing field. State-of-the-art models of human visual path image processing techniques have been exploited and extended to provide robust detection and recognition capabilities in our ALERT® products. For more information about Irvine Sensors Corporation please visit www.irvine-sensors.com or www.alert.ai.