Video content analysis
Video content analysis, also known as Video content analytics (VCA) is the capability of automatically analysing video to detect and determine temporal and spatial events. The algorithms can be implemented as software on general purpose machines, or as hardware in specialised video processing units. VCA relies on good input video, so it is often combined with video enhancement technologies such as video denoising, image stabilization, unsharp masking and super-resolution.
• Home automation
• Safety and security
Hikvision’s third-generation Turbo HD series brings 4K video to analogue systems
Now with higher video performance, increased compression efficiency, longer transmission distances and Power over Coax technology while retaining seamless compatibility with existing analogue and network IP cameras from most manufacturers
Analogue CCTV users can now enjoy 5MP HDTVI and 4K video resolution while safeguarding their investment with existing cabling infrastructure. Hikvision is launching its third-generation analogue HD solution. Turbo HD 3.0 not only ensures higher video performance with up to 5MP HDTVI input and 4K video output but also supports latency-free 1080p HD video up to 800m and HD720p transmission up to 1200m over coaxial cable.
1080p HD, 5MP HDTVI and 4K video performance
Turbo HD 3.0 retains the ease-of-use of an analogue system while offering up to 5MP video and makes high-definition surveillance systems possible without replacing existing cabling or switching to IP cameras. Turbo HD 3.0 uses HDTVI technology, eliminating compatibility issues whenever users hav...
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