Emerging video surveillance technology can help communities and businesses remain vigilant in the face of emerging threats. Here are three ways these new kinds of technology improve parking lot security—and even help businesses protect their bottom line.
Artificial intelligence (AI)-based technology seems poised to enhance nearly every aspect of our lives. The security industry is no exception where we see AI-based object detection and classification providing analytics with increasingly reliable data. One of the chief benefits is the reduction of false alarms, and the ability to finally reap the benefits analytics have promised for security and business intelligence.
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.
Planning and implementing a new or enhanced surveillance and security system can add tremendous value across the enterprise. If you follow the proper steps when planning and selecting your system software, cameras and associated edge devices, your organization will be rewarded with better security, safety and business intelligence.
Thanks to advancements in cloud video surveillance, retailers who want a high-performance video surveillance system do have alternatives to ripping and replacing and expensive upgrades. For both heightened security and business optimization, here’s what retailers should look for in a video management system and provider.
Is your organization struggling with false alarms? If so, consider artificial intelligence-based video analytics using machine learning technology to spot and virtually eliminate false alarms. But before selecting an advanced analytic software offering, ask yourself these seven questions.
Two common options for surveillance and perimeter protection are visible cameras with near infrared illumination capabilities and thermal imaging cameras—both are optimal for distinct situations. However, optimal lighting isn’t always available or guaranteed, especially when a scenario calls for 24-hour awareness for security applications, including outdoor, remote, or rural locations, or if there is need to see beyond the fence line to identify and react to incoming threats.
To limit the spread of the highly contagious COVID-19 virus, many businesses across the globe have deployed social distancing requirements, stringent cleaning protocols and capacity limitations as part of their plan to safely reopen. Even with these measures in place, retailers, office complexes and educational facilities are recognizing that technology will also play a critical role to help identify individuals who may have the virus even before that person enters the premises. This is where thermal imaging camera systems play a pivotal role.
Finlandia University has received $47,589 from the Michigan Department of State Police and Michigan’s Campus Sexual Assault Grant Program reimbursement grant initiative for sexual assault prevention technology upgrades.