Chooch AI, a horizontal computer vision AI platform, published the latest video presentation of an expert panel with Convergint Technologies and NVIDIA. Chooch AI is a member of the NVIDIA Inception program.
The flexible AI training dashboard ingests any type of visual data and generates up to 1,000 annotated images per minute with video annotation, enabling base models to be built in hours. Chooch AI has been deployed at scale for 18 enterprise clients and the US Government, with applications in aviation, media, geospatial/GIS, healthcare, security, retail and industrial IoT.
- Speed: Inference speeds as fast as 20 milliseconds allow for real-time AI.
- Remote edge device updates: AI models are deployable at scale to edge devices from a single dashboard with configurable reports and alerts sent via text, email or API.
- Fully deployable AI models: Pre-trained models are now available which do not require customer data, for workplace safety, fire detection, crowd analysis, and more.
- 8000+ AI classes & 8 models on NVIDIA Jetson Nano: Accuracy at higher than 90% with ensemble models and robust sets of classes.
- Inferencing on Multiple Camera Streams: models can inference on up to five camera streams simultaneously with the NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier.
- Configurable real time alerts and reports: Chooch Edge AI Dashboard manages models, devices, cameras and settings for alerts and reports.
- Rapid flexible training: The AI training dashboard ingests any type of visual data for video annotation and generates up to 1,000 labeled images per minute, allowing base models to be built in hours.
Unlike single-purpose computer vision systems, Chooch Al can be quickly trained with new data without coding skills. Fast model development and deployment mean that Chooch AI can be quickly trained to perform inferencing for a wide variety of objects, actions, processes and states. Organizations have the choice to deploy the Al models in the cloud or onto edge devices, where the system can be configured and integrated with business intelligence dashboards.
Datasheets, videos and papers available at Computer Vision Resources.