iCetana was established in 2010 as a spin-out from Curtin University. It is commercialising a live security monitoring system and in 2017 had clients across several countries.
Its system utilises computer vision, machine learning, adaptive algorithms and pattern recognition to establish ‘normal patterns of motion’ for surveillance cameras. The system then automatically selects and displays to operators only those cameras currently viewing unusual or abnormal motion activity in real-time.
iCetana supplies and sells a complete software system which is installed and deployed on a specially configured hardware server that clients can purchase from existing vendors.