NOVEMBER 20, 2018:
In today’s world, video technology is developing at a rapid pace as user expectations, data traffic and storage requirements are greater than ever. Historically, security systems utilized a fixed sensor-based mindset where a user interfaced with a centralized head-end platform and video was used as a confirming subsystem. This paradigm is rapidly changing as users are demanding dynamic, multi-layered, combined information with “eyes on the scene”. Advanced video analytics more accurately process time, spatial positioning and patterns to provide enhanced information for decision making….