The pioneer in AI surveillance solutions, Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS), and Blaize have established a strategic partnership to develop AI-based infrastructure as a service (IaaS) in intelligence applications across several markets in Chile and the US. The development of AI surveillance applications for retail, smart cities, and transportation will be scaled up and time-to-market accelerated by Blaize and VSaaS as part of the deal.
"We have developed AI models running on the Blaize Graph Streaming Processor (GSP®) architecture, connecting 4X the number of cameras compared to other solutions. Our AI surveillance applications powered by Blaize enable quick and easy deployment running on the edge, on-premise, or in a data center, addressing the unique needs of our shared customers."
Francisco Soto, Founder and CEO of VSaaS
The VSaaS platform makes use of current infrastructure to build, launch, and scale AI and machine learning-based video surveillance applications. The security, retail, and transportation sectors use VSaaS's AI Edge technology, which is integrated with existing infrastructures. This partnership will enable novel AI use cases and quicker ROI of AI edge deployments in diverse markets when combined with the Blaize's highly efficient, low latency hardware paired with open and code-free AI software.
The leading supplier of artificial intelligence-based video surveillance applications is VSaaS. The platform can manage and deploy surveillance apps using the same infrastructure, which has various advantages for the end-user. It can interact with AI models at the Edge, on-premise, and in the Cloud. Customers with up to 800 cameras may quickly and easily develop security solutions for use in retail, construction, transportation, and smart cities. VSaaS, which has its headquarters in Chile, is establishing a San Francisco (CA) branch.