Video content analysis

BriefCam showcases next-gen video content analytics platform at ISC West 2018

BriefCam, global provider of Video Synopsis and Deep Learning solutions, has announced v5 (version 5) of its breakthrough video content analytics platform. BriefCam’s platform is built on a unique fusion of Computer Vision and Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies, spawning new and innovative opportunities to turn video footage into an essential asset. BriefCam’s platform is built on a unique fusion of Computer Vision and Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies BriefCam v5 int...

Panasonic to exhibit end-to-end security and evidence management solutions at ISC West 2018

Panasonic System Solutions Company of North America will showcase its latest innovations and a diversified technology portfolio of end-to-end security and evidence management solutions at ISC West 2018 Booth 10037, April 11-13, at the Sands Expo & Convention Center in Las Vegas. Expanding upon the broad collection of fixed, mobile and body-worn hardware and software surveillance platforms unveiled late last year, Panasonic will exhibit a collection of highly-integrated products and services...

How video analytics maximise the value of your surveillance system

Despite the huge amount of video data collected, statistics show that only 10 percent of data is ever used and most loses its value within seconds of being generated. Why use such a limited amount of data? Many security organisations are focused on delivering the right information in case of an emergency or providing the correct evidence after a criminal act. Yet the fact is, a new video security system can be a large investment. Together with the service, maintenance and management costs assoc...

QNAP ships first 3-bay TS-328 RAID 5 NAS, a cost-saving and efficient backup solution with greater data protection for home users

QNAP Systems, Inc. rolled out the TS-328, the first quad-core 3-bay NAS that allows for building a RAID 5 array using only three drives. Compared with 2-bay NAS that only allow for building RAID 1 arrays, the TS-328 provides the choice of RAID 5 and can optimize available space while providing high data protection. The TS-328 provides feature-rich multimedia applications and video transcoding capabilities and is an ideal solution for home users to centrally store, backup and manage files and dat...

BeyondTrust recognised as leader in Forrester Wave: Vulnerability Risk Management, Q1 2018 report

BeyondTrust, global cyber security company dedicated to preventing privilege abuse and stopping unauthorised access, announced that it has been named a leader in The Forrester WaveTM: Vulnerability Risk Management, Q1 2018 report. According to the report, “BeyondTrust supports a robust set of features at an incredible price point.” Researchers added, “If you’re looking for a cost-effective solution for scanning your infrastructure with risk and compliance reporting, this...

Matrix showcases IP video surveillance, access control and video management solutions at Convergence India 2018 event

Matrix, a leading manufacturer of Telecom and Security solutions, successfully concluded participation in Convergence India 2018. The event bears witness to some of the latest and most advanced technology trends of the communication sector every year. Video conferencing and smart video IP desk phone The event marked the entry of Matrix in the server-based solution market. The diligent Telecom team showcased the first ever Video Conferencing Server – PARISAT, at Convergence India 2018. Th...

Round Table Discussions

Expert views on PSIM, analogue HD, video analytics and more

Some Expert Panel Roundtable topics are more challenging than others. Occasionally a question will “stump” the panel – i.e., no one will choose to answer it. Other times, only one or two panellists will step forward to answer a question. One comment does not a “panel” make. Taken together, however, these varied comments offer their own range of insights into the evolving physical security market. Let’s look at some of these assorted Expert Panel comments over...

When does it make sense to share video from a private system?

More cameras today are providing more video than ever, but how much of the video is available when and how it is needed? The question often comes up when law enforcement entities are seeking to access video from private systems to help solve a crime. There are many more private video systems than public systems, but is the video available when needed? And what about privacy: In what situations is it acceptable to share private video for the public good? We took these questions to this week&rsquo...