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
Arecont Vision MegaVideo Flex ultra-low profile/flexible megapixel camera solution
Exhibiting at Security Essen 2016: Stand 2A22
MegaVideo Flex offers an ultra-low profile design for the most flexible and challenging project needs. Due to its small footprint, MegaVideo Flex can be deployed in tight spaces such as in corners or in/on walls and ceilings, even inside equipment such as ATMs. Additionally, the camera includes both a black and a white trim ring so it easily blends into the environment.
True day/night cameras
This true day/night megapixel camera is ideal for applications with variable lighting conditions. It also features optional WDR and a weather-resistant sensor. These stylish cameras come in a choice of 1.2MP, 1080p, 3MP, & 5MP models. All models feature advanced H.264. 1 or 2 optional IR illuminators can be added to allow for easy identification of events or intruders in dark or low-light applications, providing up to 15m (49ft) of night vision.
Flexible set up and easy configuration
See Video content analysis
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