Moscow continues to bring video surveillance security to the next level, through a partnership that brings artificial intelligence technology in ways that will make facial recognition more accurate and more intuitive. Moscow’s Department of Information Technologies has recently finished deploying a city-wide, 160,000-camera video surveillance system that integrates facial recognition technology from NtechLab. Yet only a portion of those is currently active, due to the cost of implementing the technology.
This new global research report offers key vendor landscape into the Video Analytics (VA, VCA) market including combined annual growth rate (CAGR), market dynamics, and forecast. The leading companies include: Axis Communications, Bosch Security Systems, Cisco Systems, IBM, Honeywell, and more. This report also provides regional analysis that covers Americas, Asia-Pacific, Europe and Middle East Africa. The report also tells about product types and applications mentioned in Video Analytics Market in addition to a Strength, Weakness, Opportunities, and Threats (SWOT) analysis of the manufacturers.
Until now, level of detail has been the key quality parameter for surveillance cameras, as clear images at all times was the most important feature for high security. True, security personnel must see all relevant information in great detail to react quickly and take appropriate action. But what if a moving object leaves the camera’s field of view? The AUTODOME IP family of pan, tilt and zoom (PTZ) cameras is the answer. These enable users manually to keep track of persons of interest as they move – even at speed, far beyond a fixed camera’s field of view.
Agent Video Intelligence (Agent Vi™) announced that it has joined NVIDIA’s Metropolis Software Partner Program. Agent Vi employs NVIDIA GPUs to deliver cutting-edge intelligent video analysis via deep learning algorithms and being a part of the Metropolis Partner Program will enable Agent Vi to better leverage Deep Learning technology to create safer and smarter cities.
T-Systems, Deutsche Telekom’s corporate customer arm, has announced it’s new ‘Video Analytics-as-a-Service’ (VAaaS). VAaaS also allows businesses to tailor effective marketing messages and address the right audience and demographics, thanks to precise and timely information about who their customers are. T-Systems’ VAaaS is a completely hardware agnostic analytics solution that can work with any existing video surveillance system.
Meet Sgt. O’Hare of the Hartford PD who used BriefCam to locate and arrest a suspected child predator just last week at the BriefCam booth at ASIS 2017 in Dallas. Jose Japla-Yanes, 34, of Hartford, CT, was arraigned in Superior Court Thursday, after he allegedly tried to lure a 10-year-old girl into his van, and exposed himself to her while she walked to her school bus stop Monday morning. Police said the incident took place on Stonington Street in Hartford. A concerned citizen helped the little girl and called police.
Eagle Eye Networks, Inc., today announced that it has launched its first phase of video analytics, which includes line crossing, intrusion detection, and object counting within the Eagle Eye Cloud Security Camera VMS. This is the first analytics-based release, empowering customers to easily and instantly activate analytics on their cameras without having to install additional hardware or software. No on-site technicians or system upgrades are needed.
Shunichi Morinaga, president and chief executive of Canon Hong Kong, said increased sales revenue at physical retail shops is one benefit of the system which monitors consumers using real-time data analysis. Canon is delighted to partner with NTT Communications, the global ICT solutions provider, to introduce a smart and reliable business solution for retailers in Hong Kong that will enable them to increase revenue as they face the dual challenges of increasing competition and an uncertain economic climate. We believe that real-time business intelligence can be a game changer for the Hong Kong market, especially in the retail industry.
Global Intelligent Video Analytics Market 2017-2021, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market. The latest trend gaining momentum in the market is rising trend of smart cities.
Smart cities ensure sustainable and efficient environments within buildings. An increasing number of developed and developing countries have smart cities that offer energy efficiency and improved security.
Physical retail spaces are a vital link in modern, omni-channel retailing but how can you maximise their returns? Kimberly Goldsworth, VP marketing, Prism Skylabs, helps answer this burning question. There’s no question that more commerce is moving online. Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods is just one piece of recent evidence pointing to this trend. The flipside, however, is that the acquisition supports Amazon’s strategy to open more physical showrooms where shoppers can smell, taste, and handle products. As part of this, Amazon recently opened seven bookstores (with several more planned) in the US to cater to the resurgence in demand for physical books and allow people to test-drive gadgets like the Echo and the Fire TV Stick.