Explained: Tech Behind IISC’s Latest Smart Video Tracking Platform

Explained: Tech Behind IISC’s Latest Smart Video Tracking Platform

Researchers at IISc developed a smart video tracking software platform, Anveshak, to intelligently track and analyse video feeds from cameras installed across cities.

IISc Bangalore Researchers developed Anveshak to intelligently track and analyse video feeds from cameras installed across cities. Yogesh Simmhan

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