Asillla Inc., a human-centric AI startup company in Japan, announces its attendance at Consumer Electronic Show (CES), specifically at the J-Startup section in Eureka park, Sands Expo; at ShowStoppers LaunchIt, and at ShowStoppers.
Asilla will have a pop-up booth that displays its signature product, abnormal behavior detection AI “Asilla.” “Asilla” is an AI software that turns ordinary security cameras into a smart 24/7 surveillance system, enabling security staff to notice unusual events and respond to potential security threats promptly.
Asilla serves as a cost-effective solution for those who need a full-scale security camera system. Asilla’s able to accommodate 50 cameras per server, coupled with its compatibility with current existing cameras and video monitoring systems, reducing hardware costs for setting up a system significantly.
Asilla’s most unique characteristic is its ability to observe the common behavioral patterns of a specific location and then use this data to identify unusual and potentially dangerous activities outside of this established norm. While other AI security programs use these cameras to identify predefined set movements or objects that have been flagged as potentially hazardous, Asilla’s unique patented software allows more situational awareness.
Currently “Asilla” is only available in Japan and Vietnam, but we are keen to explore business opportunities in other countries.