COMPANY AND PRODUCT
IronYun, a US-based company, is the creator and maker of Vaidio, the advanced AI enabled video analytics software platform. Aicuda Technology, a Netherlands-based company, is IronYun’s subsidiary for the EMEA region, taking care of all integration, marketing, sales and support activities.
Vaidio is “platform + AI-analytics” software that runs on standard servers with Intel CPUs and Nvidia GPUs. Together, the software and hardware create Vaidio video search appliances (VSAs). Vaidio VSAs are available worldwide from valued reseller partners and integrators. VSAs are available as pre-configured bundles, or as custom configurations based on your functional requirements and required number of cameras and video channels.
The Vaidio software platform is usually purchased pre-installed on purpose-built video search appliances. However, Vaidio can be purchased as software only for installation on compliant hardware, and can also be deployed as software only (VSaaS) in the cloud. For more information on these options, please contact email@example.com.
Vaidio can search, detect, and alert on both real-time camera and video streams and on stored, historic, and forensic video from just about any video source.
Vaidio increases accuracy in a number of ways. Vaidio’s 5th generation AI can discern the difference between leaves, branches, objects, animals and people in order to only trigger an alert on, for example, a person of interest. Vaidio also includes multiple object-specific AI engines, each of which is tuned to provide a higher level of accuracy. Vaidio optimizes video frame processing efficiency and accuracy by discarding un-necessary frames. In addition, Vaidio performs motion detection before object recognition so, for example, if there is a parked car, Vaidio will only generate a new video search result when the car moves. And, Vaidio allows tunable parameters to create higher alert thresholds, which narrows down result sets for higher accuracy.
Vaidio works with 97% of all ONVIF-compliant IP cameras.
Vaidio integrates with most 3rd party VMSs and NVRs including Axxonsoft, Digifort, Genetec, ISS, Luxriot, Milestone, Network Optix, Qognify and others. For a complete list of available integrations today, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Vaidio Video Intelligence Platform makes monitoring more efficient with quicker video search and high-accuracy alerts (low false positives). Please contact email@example.com a VMS or monitoring recommendation tailored to your environment.
Our goal is to make the system as easy to set up and run as possible. Installation and configuration typically take about an hour. Generally speaking, all you need is familiarity with your network configuration (IP address, DNS server, etc.) to get the system up and running on your network. All other configuration is done via browser (Chrome).
If you can provide us TeamViewer access to your computer and device, we are available to assist with set up.
Yes, Vaidio can be GDPR compliant. Vaidio can redact faces and license plates in post-processing, and redacted video can be downloaded and used for evidence. Vaidio can create audit logs to follow user access and user activities including timestamp. Vaidio can provide the possibility to give access control to separate parts of the software for authorized users only.
Vaidio does not change or encrypt video. Vaidio analyzes real-time or stored video streams, and stores only metadata. Stored video remains on the source (USB, hard drive, NVR, VMS…) and video encryption is up to the source device.
Files uploaded directly to the Vaidio VSA can be deleted via the delete button. For metadata results from analyzed video streams, new metadata automatically overwrites the old on a rolling basis: for data stored for 7 days, for example, day-8 data will overwrite day-1 data.
Yes, Vaidio can display real-time alerts on screen without the need for constant monitoring. Alert events are based on user-tunable configurations for just about any combination of objects, people, and event types such as loitering, falling or ‘object left behind’.