Switching from analog to IP-based cameras can offer more reliable security and added value for your business, providing higher resolutions to cover larger areas or get more detailed images to meet identification requirements to deliver vital business data and increase surveillance efficiency, all with potential for integration. Here is a sampling of the latest IP video surveillance solutions.
Breakthroughs in artificial intelligence (AI) and other digital technology, including faster, more affordable bandwidth, are revolutionizing the ways cities conduct surveillance and provide security. Major cities throughout the U.S. are utilizing turnkey systems that integrate video footage, access management, traffic monitoring and body-worn cameras into central high-speed networks.
An example of how businesses are benefitting from integrated cloud-based systems would be in the retail industry. Retail end users have integrated their security camera network, heat-mapping and video analytics technology with a cloud-based system so they can remotely monitor who is in their store. The heat-mapping and analytics technology also showcases where customers are spending the most time in their store, providing retailers with insight as to where they can place specific item displays or promotional items. This information can also be used to inform on if a specific location in a store needs additional signage to encourage social distancing, or even if it needs increased camera coverage within a store. The practical applications of integrated cloud-based systems and other security technology are nearly endless.
The Hikvision DS-2TD1217-2/V1 Thermal & Optical Network Turret Camera, equipped with a built-in GPU, supports intelligent behavior analysis algorithm and can realize high precision VCA detection and real-time alarms.
The legalized marijuana industry is one of the fastest-growing industries in the U.S. Here are some solutions available to cannabis growers and dispensaries that may help comply with security and surveillance requirements.
These days, when it comes to storage of video, it’s choice – not chance – that determines security’s success at meeting its mission with use of technology. This is true for enterprise security leaders at the biggest organizations, where large numbers of cameras create ingest, frame rate, image quality and physical storage cost challenges.