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Sighthound is a leading provider of AI-powered video analytics solutions, empowering businesses and organisations to extract valuable insights from video streams in real-time. With its advanced computer vision technology, Sighthound revolutionises video surveillance, security, and operational efficiency, delivering actionable intelligence and enhancing decision-making capabilities.

Our Approaches

At Sighthound, we adopt a comprehensive approach to video analytics, focusing on :

  • Object Recognition: Leveraging deep learning algorithms to detect and identify objects, people, vehicles, and other entities within video streams.

  • Anomaly Detection: Utilising anomaly detection techniques to identify unusual or suspicious behaviour patterns, alerting users to potential security threats or operational issues.

  • Predictive Analytics: Implementing predictive analytics models to forecast future events or trends based on historical video data, enabling proactive decision-making and risk management.

  • Integration Capabilities: Integrating with existing video management systems, security cameras, and IoT devices to provide seamless and scalable video analytics solutions.

Key Features


Sighthound's deep learning algorithms can detect and track objects in real-time, including people, vehicles, animals, and other items of interest.


The platform includes robust facial recognition capabilities, allowing for the identification and verification of individuals in both images and video streams.


The platform can identify anomalies or unusual events within video streams, such as unexpected movements, intrusions, or changes in environmental conditions.


Users can configure Sighthound to generate alerts and notifications based on predefined criteria, such as the presence of specific objects or the occurrence of certain events.


Sighthound offers APIs and SDKs for developers, allowing them to build custom applications and integrations using the platform's capabilities.


Sighthound can be deployed either in the cloud or on-premises, giving users flexibility in choosing the deployment model that best suits their needs and requirements.


  • Object Detection: Sighthound's AI algorithms analyse video streams in real-time to detect and identify objects, people, vehicles, and other entities within the frames. This is accomplished through deep learning techniques, particularly Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs), which are trained to recognize patterns and features in video data.

  • Anomaly Detection: Sighthound's platform employs anomaly detection algorithms to identify unusual or suspicious behaviour patterns within the video footage. This involves analysing temporal data and identifying deviations from expected norms. For example, the system can detect unauthorised access, loitering, or erratic movements.

  • Semantic Segmentation: Semantic segmentation techniques are used to partition video frames into semantic regions, enabling precise localization of objects and entities. This allows for more accurate analysis and tracking of specific elements within the video.

  • Behavioural Analysis: Sighthound's AI analyses human actions, vehicle movements, and other behaviours captured in the video streams. By understanding these behaviours, the system can provide insights into user behaviour, traffic patterns, and operational efficiency.

  • Real-time Processing: The platform operates in real-time, processing video data as it is captured by cameras or other sources. This enables instantaneous detection of events, alerts, and anomalies, allowing for timely responses and interventions.


  • Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs): Using CNNs for object detection and classification within video frames, enabling accurate and reliable identification of objects and entities.

  • Temporal Analysis: Analysing temporal patterns and motion trajectories within video streams to detect movement, track objects, and identify activity patterns over time.

  • Semantic Segmentation: Employing semantic segmentation techniques to partition video frames into semantic regions, enabling more precise object localization and analysis.

  • Behavioural Analysis: Applying behavioural analysis algorithms to interpret human actions, vehicle movements, and other behaviours captured in video streams, enabling insights into user behaviour and operational efficiency.