Latin America. Sony introduced REA-C1000, its first Edge Analytics solution based on artificial intelligence, which allows users to create video content in real time without the need for specialized training or additional personnel or equipment.

The compact and lightweight REA-C1000 uses its advanced video analytics technology based on artificial intelligence to analyze the content it receives from the connected cameras and automatically isolate the focused object to combine it with other images in real time through a GPU (processing unit). graphic).

This unique technology combines facial and motion detection with recognition of shapes and colors to turn the REA-C1000 into the powerful brain of any connected camera and audio-visual configuration. This allows organizations in the education, government and corporate sectors to create professional content in a profitable way and to keep their audience involved.

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The REA-C1000, which will be available in the second quarter of 2019, includes the following five optional functions: handwriting extraction, rapporteur overlay, chroma-free CG overlay, automatic control of output images (such as automatic PTZ tracking) ), cut out the focus area and zoom using gestures.

After an initial free trial period of 60 days, each function can be activated permanently through independent licenses, so that users can freely customize the functions they need according to their needs and budget.

Sony has applied its expertise in image quality and camera development experience in the REA-C1000 to provide 4K / HD input and output and direct connect capability with PTZ cameras, including its range of XDCAM camcorders, which boasts an extraordinary image quality and widespread use in the emissions sector.

In addition, thanks to its HDMI network connection, the REA-C1000 can be integrated seamlessly into different common audiovisual configurations with several monitors, projections on large screens with monitors or even live broadcast projects.

Richard Santa, RAVT
Author: Richard Santa, RAVT
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Journalist from the University of Antioquia (2010), with experience in technology and economics. Editor of the magazines TVyVideo + Radio and AVI Latin America. Academic Coordinator of TecnoTelevisión & Radio.

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