Hitachi Data Systems has made new enhancements to its Hitachi Visualization solution portfolio: Hitachi Visualization Suite 4.5 now with Hitachi Visualization Predictive Crime Analytics (PCA) and Hitachi Video Management Platform (VMP) 2.0.
PCA is the first tool of its kind to use real-time social media and Internet data feeds together with unique, sophisticated analytics to gather intelligent insight and enhance public safety through the delivery of highly accurate crime predictions. Hitachi Visualization is part of the Hitachi Social Innovation solutions that support smart city programs, and is specifically designed to advance the public safety initiatives of cities and municipalities through the application of predictive and advanced analytics and improved access to video data. The news was announced today from the ASIS International Annual Seminar and Exhibits in Anaheim, California, where Hitachi Visualization PCA is on display. Attendees can visit Booth #975 for a hands-on demonstration and more information.
Public safety and the protection of people, property and infrastructure is a foundation of smart cities and societies,” said Ruthbea Yesner Clarke, director of global smart cities research at IDC. “Digital technologies, like those from Hitachi Data Systems, that provide real-time, aggregate and contextual data, support public safety initiatives that can transform how law enforcement and other first responder agencies locate, mitigate and prevent crimes, and ultimately make our cities safer places.”
Hitachi Visualization software and hardware systems are purpose-built to help public and private entities accelerate extraction of rich, actionable insights from all of their data sources. The solutions are part of Hitachi’s Social Innovation solutions portfolio, which is committed to the development of smart societies that are safer, healthier and more efficient, while delivering better business outcomes for its customers.