Business Case Drive Enhancements to Video Analytics

The industry has come a long way from analog CCTV video surveillance systems. The days of a few low-resolution cameras being monitored by a security guard at a desk are becoming rarer in mid-sized to enterprise organizations. Putting the cameras on an enterprise network and treating the video like any other data gives us endless possibilities of what we can do with this powerful and complex information. We witnessed the rise of video content analysis (VCA) technology, or video analytics, in the early 2000s in response to the growth of cameras and general surveillance, spurred on by the emergence of IP cameras, the falling costs of data storage and IT infrastructure, a reactive security posture to a changing threat landscape, and the quick realization that traditional monitoring approaches couldn’t keep…


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