What is Video Analytics?

Video Analytics automatically analyzes video to detect events, count people and recognize license plate numbers among many other things. The simplest form of this technology is motion detection. Many surveillance cameras have a motion detection function to save power. More advanced Video Analytics take it a step further and monitor abandoned objects, loitering and traffic flow. This technology is often more reliable than having employees monitor footage manually. Video Analytics software will monitor live footage 24/7 and alert users to abandoned objects or loitering. Pre-recorded footage can be quickly searched…

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Video Analytics automatically analyzes video to detect events, count people and recognize license plate numbers among many other things. The simplest form of this technology is motion detection. Many surveillance cameras have a motion detection function to save power. More advanced Video Analytics take it a step further and monitor abandoned objects, loitering and traffic flow. This technology is often more reliable than having employees monitor footage manually. Video Analytics software will monitor live footage 24/7 and alert users to abandoned objects or loitering. Pre-recorded footage can be quickly searched... Read More

Trend Predictions for 2015 and Beyond

We have scoured reports from industry experts and kept an eye on shopping trends to make our predictions for the video surveillance industry in 2015 and beyond. As you may have suspected, IP surveillance systems are here to stay. Most consumers are converting to high resolution systems such as 1080p and 3-5 megapixels. As high definition and IP systems become more popular, analog systems will become defunct and hard to find. The good news is that as wireless IP surveillance systems become more popular the industry will become more competitive…

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We have scoured reports from industry experts and kept an eye on shopping trends to make our predictions for the video surveillance industry in 2015 and beyond. As you may have suspected, IP surveillance systems are here to stay. Most consumers are converting to high resolution systems such as 1080p and 3-5 megapixels. As high definition and IP systems become more popular, analog systems will become defunct and hard to find. The good news is that as wireless IP surveillance systems become more popular the industry will become more competitive... Read More