Sony Unveils REA-C1000 AI-based Video Analytics Solution

Carmel Miguel
Allowing users to create video content in real time without the need for professional training, additional staff or equipment, Sony has launched the REA-C1000, the company’s first Artificial-Intelligence-based Edge Analytics solution.

Sony Unveils REA-C1000 AI-based Video Analytics Solution
Sony Unveils REA-C1000 AI-based Video Analytics Solution

Compact and lightweight, the REA-C1000 utilizes advanced AI-based video analytics to analyze the input received from connecting cameras and automatically extracts the object in focus in combining it with other images in real time on a GPU.

This unique technology uses motion/face detection and color/shape recognition, effectively making the REA-C1000 the powerful brain to any connecting camera and AV setup to create professional content in a cost-effective manner for education, government and corporate organizations, keeping audiences engaged.

“Video content has become a key method of communication in many organizations including education, government and corporate environments, and the demand for solutions that create high quality content, offer a hassle-free shooting experience, and help distribute content quickly is rapidly increasing,” explained Lawrence Tang, Head of Business & Industrial Solutions Marketing Division, Professional Solutions Company (PSAP), Sony Electronics Asia Pacific. “At Sony, we want to provide organizations on a limited budget with cost-effective, yet powerful solutions that allow them to easily create professional and engaging video content. The REA-C1000 is yet another example of Sony working with our AV partners to create solutions together that help solve the real-life technology and budget challenges of our customers.”

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Taking advantage of the Japanese tech firm’s know-how in image quality and their heritage in camera development, the REA-C1000 supports 4K/HD input and output, and can be connected directly to Sony’s PTZ cameras and XDCAM camcorders. The REA-C1000 can also be seamlessly integrated into various common AV setups involving either multiple displays, large screen projections with monitors, or even live-streaming projects.

Available starting April 2019, the REA-C1000 has five optional features for seamless operation, including handwriting extraction and presenter overlay, PTZ auto tracking, close-up by gesture, chroma keyless CG overlay and focus area cropping.

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