Lentix is a video analytics company serving the security and surveillance markets that is headquartered in Powell, Tennessee and was founded in 2004 by Cheryl Bartley. The companies product can be embedded in surveillance and smart city technologies for use in drones, smart cameras, robotics, industrial inspections, agricultural processes, commercial security, and smart cities.
The company holds a patent for their EXPOSE technology that is able to correct lighting issues associated with obstructions in video surveillance and security operations. The EXPOSE software can illuminate areas in videos with poor lighting conditions while not altering well lit areas of the video. EXPOSE can work in real-time with full HD 30FPS video and single images, work with footage from any digital camera, work with live or previously filmed video, and integrate with other video management software products.
EXPOSE uses a windows based user interface, a Windows software development kit (SDK), a Linux based SKD, and can be embedded within both Windows and Linux applications. EXPOSE is also optimized to be used with NVidia's GPU processors.