NEW DELHI: Gurgaon-based artificial intelligence (AI) startup Staqu has collaborated with Microsoft to bring its video analytics tool on Microsoft Azure. The company claims that JARVIS integrates with existing cameras/CCTVs to offer a gamut of safety and compliance-centric analytics. The video analytics solution offers a host of COVID-19-centric features including identification, contact tracing, PPE monitoring, and more. It claims to integrate Azure Kubernetes Service as well as Azure Machine Learning and Azure Stack Edgeto offer the scale and optimization that accompanies cloud deployment.
Staqu’s COVID-19 suite helps in identifying social distancing, crowd, body temperature, mask and safety gears, contact tracing. JARVIS aims to help organizations observe safety standards.
Speaking on the collaboration, Atul Rai, co-founder and CEO of Staqu, said, “Our relationship with Microsoft is an instrumental step forward in the testing times and also reinforces the need for implementation of a product like JARVIS. The state-of-the-art AI video analytics platform will now help retail customers and organizations to resume business operations in the new normal. We are confident that this will unlock new avenues of growth and add significant value proposition toour customers.”