At Stealth, innovation is at the heart of everything we do. As a result, we have developed Stealth Labs, our collaborative R&D department where we create leading-edge products, solutions and services for our customers. Technology is constantly changing. Our team is focused on the development of new products and solutions that provide peace of mind for our customers and keep us at the forefront of the security industry.
Stealth Labs has introduced many innovative products that have benefited our customers, including:
Fully off-the-grid, solar-powered, live video monitoring technology that is entirely self-sustaining.
Minimizes liability by detecting thrill-seekers and other intruders who are scaling construction cranes.
Counts trucks and monitors activity on construction sites. Can help customers see the utilization of heavy equipment on-site.
Here is glimpse of innovations we are testing:
Uses image processing and machine-learning algorithms to match a photo of an unidentified person against a database of photos.
Stealth is heavily invested in the future of computer vision and technology-driven processes that transform data into actionable information to help business owners make more informed decisions.
Equipped with a camera and video analytics, the robot can tour around a property after hours. If it spots unusual activity, it will send an alert to a trained operator. Another use is the ability to identify people at the front door for more secure access control.
A camera with video smoke detection capabilities that will alert a monitor when it sees fire or smoke.
There’s no doubt that technology has altered the security industry exponentially. While the future is hard to predict, we are always thinking about the next product and how it will make an impact.
AI will give cameras the ability to offer greater visibility and preventive capabilities than ever before. Facial and faceless recognition, environmental awareness, enhanced image video and big data automation are just some of the technology that will have a huge impact in predicting potential security situations.
Both aerial and ground-based drones, equipped with cameras, thermal imaging and more will be able to cover a wide area very quickly. Their capabilities will be further enhanced with the development of larger and more efficient batteries.
Imagine robots that can follow people and vehicles and understand what type of activity they are seeing. What if a team of robots could trade information and instantly chase a suspect?
Monitoring operators, equipped with virtual reality headsets, will be able to immerse themselves in the sites that they monitor to virtually explore the scene.