IP-cameras market Report speaks about the manufacturing process and describes IP-cameras introduction, product type and application, market overview, market analysis by States, market opportunities, market risk, market driving force. The report also analyzes the manufacturers of IP-cameras, with profile, main business, news, sales, price, revenue, and market share in 2016 and 2017. And also covered is the competitive situation among the top manufacturers, with sales, revenue and market share in 2016 and 2017. There are 17 Chapters to deeply display the United States IP-cameras market.
The widespread use of facial recognition technology is almost upon us. The new iPhone is available with FaceID where you can unlock your phone with your face. Facial recognition is not new. It’s been a sci-fi staple for decades, and its practical roots are in the 1960s with Palo Alto researchers on RAND Tablets manually mapping out people’s features. Even back then we could give a computer enough data to be able to match a person to a their photograph.
A new report on the group known as “CopyKittens” details its increased activity in support of its political ambitions. The report is co-authored by ClearSky, an Israeli cyber-intelligence company, and Trend Micro, a global leader in cybersecurity solutions.
Video surveillance, AKA closed-circuit television (CCTV), is not openly transmitted, though it may employ point to point (P2P), point to multipoint (P2MP), or mesh wired or wireless links. Though almost all video cameras fit this definition, the term is most often applied to those used for surveillance in areas that may need monitoring such as bars, banks, casinos, schools, hotels, airports, hospitals, restaurants, military installations, and other areas where security is needed.
The need for enhanced security and demand for gathering insights from customer behavior is driving the video analytics market globally. The market for video analytics is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 20.6% during the forecast period from 2015 to 2023. The global video analytics market was valued at US$ 1,709.0 Mn in 2014. Some of the key factors driving the growth of the video analytics market include the expanding range of vertical applications, a growing trend toward bringing retail outlets and commercial premises under video analytics due to security concerns and the need to monitor and understand the environment around the premises.
MeriTalk, a public-private partnership focused on improving the outcomes of government IT, announced the results of its new report, The Video Vortex.
The study, based on a survey of 151 Federal decision makers —evenly split between physical security and IT managers— and sponsored by EMC Corporation, looks at video surveillance across Federal IT and the opportunities for agencies to enhance the value of their video data assets.
Viakoo, the first and only automated solution to effectively eliminate missing video and reduce surveillance downtime, is launching a new mobile app that delivers the full functionality of their innovative software into the palm of every user’s hand – wherever they are. Combined with Viakoo’s experienced technical support team, users have all the resources they need to effectively detect, diagnose, and solve video system performance issues.
VIVOTEK has announced its first video content analysis (VCA) application package, which includes three key functions: Field Detection, Line Crossing Detection, and Object Counting. Introduction of the new VCA application package follows the debut of the VIVOTEK Application Development Platform (VADP), an open platform for integrating video analytic functionality within its cameras. Now, the VCA […]
Market Reports Online Market Reports Online Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), colloquially known as drones, have attracted criticism given their role in military operations. However, there is a burgeoning market for commercial applications, with the US government asking the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) to draft plans for civilian airspace integration by 2015, as required by the […]
Cutting edge data-driven analysis directs Los Angeles patrol officers to likely future crime scenes – but critics worry that decision-making by machine will bring a ‘tyranny of the algorithm.’ The Los Angeles Police Department, like many urban police forces today, is both heavily armed and thoroughly computerized. The Real-Time Analysis and Critical Response Division in […]
Video surveillance storage is one of the important parts of the video surveillance system setup. These storage devices are connected to the video cameras to save and record the feed. These storage devices contain storage media such as hard disk drives and solid state drives and get connected directly or over the network. The storage […]
Transparency Market Research Reports compiled a definite business overview and investigation on "Facial Recognition Market." This report incorporates more insight about fundamental areas of the business including definitions, requisitions, and worldwide business sector industry structure. Facial recognition technology as a biometric security measure has gained significant traction in recent years driven by growth in security […]
On CBS dramas like "Criminal Minds," "CSI" and "Person of Interest," it happens in seconds. A couple of key strokes and crimes are solved and lives are saved. It may not happen that quickly in real life, but new technology is improving the chances of getting the criminals. “I will tell you I don’t go […]
HP Autonomy and VidSys today announced a strategic alliance to develop an advanced physical security information management (PSIM) platform powered by next generation video surveillance analytics. The solution will improve the effectiveness of security professionals by augmenting VidSys’ industry leading PSIM offering with analytics delivered by HP IDOL’s advanced information analytics platform. The combined platform […]
For better or worse, facial recognition has become the technological elephant in the room. It’s there, but nobody really likes to talk about it too much. Despite the continued advancements of software and algorithms that would elicit gasps of awe in some of the other tech sectors, the ever-improving ability for machines to put a […]
Competitive Landscape and Strategic Insights report in the Global Biometric Systems market clearly identifies promising areas for future growth, both in terms of lucrative geographies and biometric systems. The analysis will provide you with identification of market drivers augmenting its provision of data on the current industry size and growth expectations to 2024. This report […]
Video content analytics determines temporal events, which are not based on a single image. These services are similar to biological visual cortex. Video analytics have numerous applications ranging from entertainment to transport and from healthcare to security. Real-time access and analysis of the movements and recognition of apprehensive behavior are key factors for the demand […]
Dallas, TX — ( SBWIRE ) — 02/18/2014 — According to a new market research report “Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA) Market: by types, Technologies & Systems, Architectures, Area of Operation, and Vertical Applications – Global Advancements, Business Models, Technology Roadmap, Forecasts & Analysis Market Forecasts (2012 – 2017)”, published by MarketsandMarkets, the Intelligent Video Analytics(IVA) Market is expected to reach $867.8 million by 2017 at a CAGR of 30.4% from 2012 to 2017. Download Sample PDF @ http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownload.asp?id=778 Browse -70 market tables -21 figures spread through -250 pages and an in-depth TOC on “Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA) Market” http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/intelligent-video-analytics-market-778.html Early buyers will receive 10% customization on this report. Key players in Video Analytics Market Agent Vi (U.S.), Robert Bosch (Germany), Honeywell Video (U.S.), ObjectVideo (U.S.), Intellivision (U.S.) and other. Video Analytics is an automated approach to managing and analyzing video, without the cost or man-hours previously required. Video Analytics (VA) is the general analysis of video images to recognize apprehensive behaviors and events in real time and tracks people and objects, and can send alarms when suspicious activities occur. Intelligent Video Analysis (IVA) takes motion detec¬tion to the next level, utilizing local or centralized processing power to distinguish moving objects based on their shape and size, and to study their behavior based on default/built-in rules. The Intelligent Video Analytics Software shall offer the latest in computer vision technology to enable unattended monitoring of digital video sources to detect for specific events or behaviors. The system is robust and work […]
February 6, 2014 – Researchers at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, along with the Ilía Sistemas company, are currently developing a new biometric modality that’s existed in the animal kingdom long before now: body odor. The research of the Group of Biometrics, Biosignals and Security (GB2S) of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) in collaboration with Ilía Sistemas SL has found that there are recognizable patterns of each person’s body odor that remain steady, which allows for identification with 85% accuracy. The researchers are also quick to point out that there is no criminal stigma attached to body odor identification, as there is to fingerprints and the nature of this kind of sensing could be quite uninvasive. “Identification could be at the same time when crossing the system stall,” the researchers say of a potential B.O. –sensing system installed somewhere like a train station or airport. Body odor can vary considerably, but the research carried out by the group of the GB2S of the UPM showed that during the analysis of 13 people in 28 sessions, recognizable patterns in BO make identification possible with an rate error of 15%. Sensors designed to smell people are increasingly sophisticated, but still can’t hold up to the accuracy of a dog. That being said, a system developed by the Ilí Sistemas SL company used in the trials, “has a high sensitivity to detect volatile elements present in body odor.” Developers are increasingly looking to other quantifiable measures for biometric identification, and body odor […]
On 16 September 2013, Aaron Alexis conducted a mass shooting in Building 197 at the Washington Navy Yard. He was a lone shooter killed by police after killing 12 and injuring 8. There were former instances of misconduct and mental issues. These are not considered in issuance of Common Access Card (CAC) or clearance. There were poor installation access control and building security procedures seen as contributing factors. The Attack and Defense Scenarios analyze two main issues. Issue 1: • Could the attack have been substantially more lethal if the shooter had pre-planned and preositioned additional key attack elements thereby increasing the efficiency of the attack? • Could the attack be a diversionary tactic to draw attention away from the true reason, data breach of classified information? Issue 2: • Could the risk of an attack been reduced through a layered defense implementation of X-ray machine/metal detector suites, more security cameras with facial recognition capabilities, and increased access controls (biometrics or improved identification badging)? Analysis of the issues result in the following risk assessment values: • Initial Risk Assessment (Baseline) = 18% • Attack Boost (Worst Case) = 12% increase • Defense Boost (Best Case) = 14% decrease • After applying the Ryan-Nichols Equation the NET value requires $2.28Million dollars to mitigate the risk of the attack • Implementation of multilayered defense with enhanced access control systems and procedures are recommended Read the rest in the downloadable PowerPoint show file here: http://treadstone71llc.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/washingtonnavalyardshooting-caseanalysis.ppsx http://programs.online.utica.edu/programs/masters-cybersecurity.asp