Video Analytics and Intelligence

Seagate SkyHawk for Surveillance

 Uncover the story behind big video data

The opportunity to analyse large amounts of video data is enormous. Cities can predict and improve traffic flows. Stores can display merchandise in more compelling ways. Airports can reduce wait times.

Centralising video storage makes it easier to access these big data sets, and clears the way for using video analytics to produce actionable results.

Big Data: the building blocks for video content analysis

Video analytics tools use video data collected over time to solve real-world problems. By analysing big data sets stored in centralised bulk storage systems, information can be quickly and intelligently assessed to predict future patterns and behaviours.

Bulk video storage demands the Seagate Enterprise Capacity HDD:

  • Creates “always-on,” bulk storage for large enterprises that value both HD video and data analytics
  • Delivers reliable, fast access to stored content for consistent, high-performance data analytics
  • Supports storing larger amounts of video for extended periods of time

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