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Remark Holdings to surveil Fremont Street Experience using AI

The Fremont Street Experience will use its its Smart Safety Platform (SSP) and Smart Sentry Units

Fremont Experience
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Remark Holdings (NASDAQ:MARK) will use artificial intelligence to detect security incidents and breaches in the popular entertainment district in Las Vegas

Remark announced a partnership with the Fremont Street Experience to use its artificial intelligence powered Smart Safety Platform (SSP) and Smart Sentry Units. SSP allows organizations to make data-driven decisions in real-time.

“Our Smart Safety Platform takes raw video content and turns it into data-driven intelligence with actionable insights and real-time alerts on potential security breaches. Users can monitor and respond to incidents in real time, simplify and automate security operations, and accelerate response times,” said Kai Shing Tao, chief executive officer of Remark Holdings.

Remark’s SSP features include generating alerts for proactive security and safety in real time. These include intelligence, pre-and-post forensic investigation, as well as meta-data searches using physical and object-recognition tech to expedite the investigation process. It also includes advanced detection for intrusion, loitering, objects and vehicles.

The technology is sensitive enough to deploy preventative behavioural analysis regarding large capacity people counting and crowds. Also, it’s useful for loitering, dropping of unattended bags, vandalism, graffiti and fights. It also possesses fire, object and smoke detection capabilities, and a visual dashboard with insights and reports for daily monitoring.

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Remark monitors the Fremont Street Experience

The Fremont Street Experience is Las Vegas’ entertainment district. It occupies five blocks of Fremont Street and some portions of other adjacent streets. The venue regularly holds free concerts on three stages, and has become a major tourist attraction for downtown Las Vegas.

The centerpiece of the experience is Viva Vision, which is the world’s largest video screen. Fremont Street Experience also has an lineup for live concerts and entertainment on three stages.

The Fremont Street Experience engaged Remark’s technology on a trial basis for earlier events.

“We are delighted with the performance of Remark’s AI-powered Smart Safety Platform, having seen its benefits during two recent well attended free concerts by the Stone Temple Pilots and Flo Rida” says Mark Reddon, director of security for the Fremont Street Experience.  “Remark delivered as promised, giving us the analytical insights into crowd count and traffic patterns, allowing us to properly manage our security presence and ensure the safety of the high turnout audience.”

Remark Holdings delivers AI solutions that help organizations like the Fremont Street Experience monitor, comprehend and react to threats in real-time. The company sports an international team of professionals that have created award winning video analytics. The company’s GDPR-compliant and CCPA-compliant solutions work in sectors including retail, federal agencies, public safety, hospitality and transportation.

Remark has headquarters in Las Vegas, Nevada, and operational offices in New York and London, England.


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