PointGrab Showcases Edge-Analytics Sensor Solution

ORLANDO, FL --- PointGrab, a partner in the Tyco Tel Aviv Innovation Program, demonstrates intelligent edge-analytics smart sensor solution, CogniPointTM , in the Tyco booth (#1600) at ASIS International 2016. PointGrab is participating in Tyco’s Tel Aviv US Startup Roadshow that showcases innovation partners. The ASIS International show will be held in Orlando, Florida, September 12-15.

CogniPoint is an innovative sensor solution for smart buildings that provides occupants' presence, counting and positioning. Using edge-analytics in a unified device, it delivers data, notifications, alerts and analytics for office space management, energy saving and retail analytics. PointGrab’s solution applies deep learning and sensing technology to the building automation ecosystem, providing unique ability to capture valuable data on how and where occupants use a space.

Tyco Innovation Tel Aviv offers Israeli companies the opportunity to collaborate with a $10B global leader in Fire & Security solutions, serving diverse verticals in over 200 countries. Tyco looks for innovative technologies to drive forward thinking solutions for better connected homes and businesses, smarter commercial environments and safer cities. Tyco drives innovation by embracing entrepreneurs and providing them reach to real customers and access to top clients, exposure, professional experience and a gateway to the marketplace using its multi-national channels.

ASIS International is the leading organization for security professionals worldwide and is dedicated to increasing the effectiveness and productivity of security professionals by developing educational programs and materials that address broad security interests, such as the ASIS International. This event draws in more than 20,000 security professionals from the public and private sectors for the intelligence, connections, and innovative solutions to advance in their profession and meet today’s ever-evolving challenges.

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