Edgybees Launches Argus API Platform for Augmented Reality Integration

| April 3, 2019

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Earlier this week, Edgybees, a provider of real-time collaborative visual intelligence technology, announced the launch of its new Argus API platform, which enables developers to incorporate Edgybees’ augmented reality intelligence into their video analysis capabilities.With Argus, developers will be able to create applications for any operating system, hardware, or software platform of their choice, customizing their experience to fulfill their company’s specific needs.

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