Video Surveillance: Your New Business Partner

Video Surveillance: Your New Business Partner

Video Surveillance
Now you can leverage cameras for more than security Video surveillance continues its rapid mainstream march—with internet Protocol (IP) network cameras accounting for 53 percent of all CCTV shipped in 2015 and one billion active camera streams forecast by 2020. Intelligent analytics are producing more data from cameras, and that information can be leveraged for additional functionality beyond security prevention, detection and identification. (more…)
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The Changing Face of Video Surveillance

The Changing Face of Video Surveillance

Video Surveillance
The Changing Face of Video Surveillance Now you can leverage cameras for more than security The use of video surveillance for physical security continues to grow. According to recent research by IHS, a leading security industry research firm, there were 245 million professionally-installed video surveillance cameras active and operational globally in 2014. Those numbers will continue to increase and now, Internet Protocol (IP) networked cameras are becoming increasingly specified, as their prices continue to drop while their capabilities mount. Networked cameras bring additional value to physical security at commercial premises because they can be leveraged for more than physical security – adding data and business intelligence to the equation. The counterparts to networked cameras are analog devices. They don’t have the inherent ‘smarts’ of IP cameras but can still be…
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