Today, the resilience of cities depends on the open communication and connection between a wide variety of systems and organizations including health officials, businesses, traffic control, public works, schools, transit authorities, hospital administrations, among many others. To help public safety organizations navigate options and evaluate different technologies, Genetec and Intel have co-authored an e-book called Enhancing Public Safety: Considerations for building Safer, Smarter Cities.
The NVA-3000 is the ideal video surveillance platform for applications in both commercial and industrial settings. Powered by the Intel® Atom® N4200/x7-E3950 CPU, the NVA-3000, featuring 8x RJ45 PoE+ ports, 2x RJ45 LAN ports, 4GB of PDDR4 memory and Intel HD Graphics, is a highly capable hardware solution for commercial applications such as physical security and industrial deployment including machine vision, motion recognition & data analysis.
Intel Movidius, the world leader in embedded machine vision technology, is helping bring artificial intelligence (AI) to video surveillance cameras.
Movidius participated in an announcement from Dahua Technology USA in which Dahua outlined how it is using Movidius’ Myriad 2 Vision Processing Unit (VPU) technology to power select Dahua video surveillance cameras. These cameras will go beyond traditional functions such as monitoring and recording by offering advanced video analysis features, such as crowd density monitoring, stereoscopic vision, facial recognition, people counting, behavior analysis, and detection of illegally parked vehicles.
In order to expand the capabilities of in-car tech, Ford is working with Intel to bring facial recognition to the dashboard. The joint research project, called Project Mobil, will allow engineers to see how inward-facing cameras can be integrated into a car’s existing systems to provide useful features. Ford Motor Company already believes the technology […]
CNB Technology announced plans to accelerate the delivery to market of high-definition, networked video surveillance solutions based on the new 2nd generation Intel Core Processors (formerly codenamed “Sandy Bridge”) in Korea and select countries worldwide. CNB’s XNET Megapixel IP and HDcctv cameras, along with Intel Core processor-powered digital security and surveillance solutions aim to greatly advance the performance and utility of video surveillance products in the market. CNB Technology, a standard-definition (SD) cameras and analog DVRs provider, has created its own XNET platform for the evolution of the Digital Security and Surveillance (DSS) markets, driving the video surveillance ecosystem forward. “These new efforts based on Intel architecture is another example of CNB Technology’s Digital Security and Surveillance Division reaching beyond traditional analog solutions towards IP/HD convergence”, says Bong-Hoon Yoo, President & CEP of CNB Technology. “Our vision is to fulfill the need of this shifting traditional video surveillance market in conjunction based on Intel processors for the DSS edge (Megapixel IP and HDcctv solutions”, helping to proliferate the use of Video Analytics in security, business intelligence, and new applications markets.” “Intel Is committed to creating innovative technologies and solutions to bring to the digital security and surveillance market” says Todd Matsler, director of segment marketing, Low-Powered Embedded Products Division at Intel Corporation. “Intelligent, high-definition NVRs and HD DVRs that utilize 2nd Generation Inte Core Processors offer unprecedented technology innovation, increasing security, business intelligence and IT integration opportunities for enterprises worldwide. With solutions from companies such as CNB Technology, as […]