With the rebrand, Oosto says it’s looking beyond the lens of security to include ways it can positively impact an organization’s safety, productivity and customer experience.
AnyVision says the executive hires will help ensure the company, along with its strategic partners, continues to be the leader in navigating complex physical security challenges.
The funding round is one of the largest in the visual intelligence space in Western markets and underscores the growing importance of AI.
A former Salesforce product leader, Brand will oversee AnyVision’s product innovation strategy and development.
Golan comes to visual AI software provider AnyVision after leading large organizations across multiple products and verticals inside big tech companies like Google and Intuit.
In his role at AnyVision, Joecker will support the delivery of its core computer vision capabilities and strengthen its position as a core technology provider to OEMs.
The partnership integrates AnyVision’s Abraxas facial recognition technology into Boon Edam security doors and optical turnstiles.
The collaboration will allow users of Synectics’ systems to utilize facial recognition data within its Synergy 3 command and control platform.
The strategic relationship will facilitate AnyVision end users to directly integrate into Genetec technology, including its video management software.
AnyVision’s object-recognition software works when deployed on most types of security cameras and does not require highly sophisticated sensors to operate, according to the company.