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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.

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• Entertainment
• Health-care
• Retail
• Automotive
• Transport
• Home automation
• Safety and security

Video content analysis - Applications
SeeTec Cayuga integrated solution protects Erste Group Bank AG in ViennaSeeTec Cayuga integrated solution protects Erste Group Bank AG in Vienna
Erste Group Bank AG has built a new group headquarters on the site of the former Südbahnhof railway station in Vienna, with construction work...
VIVOTEK people-counting solution frees up security staff at Colombia San Nicolás Shopping MallVIVOTEK people-counting solution frees up security staff at Colombia San Nicolás Shopping Mall
Thanks to this solution, the San Nicolás shopping mall in Antioquia, Colombia, has upgraded from its manual people-counting procedure into...
Arteco VEMS software helps safeguard USS Iowa museumArteco VEMS software helps safeguard USS Iowa museum
The USS Iowa management team were conscious of the threat posed by trespassers afterhours USS Iowa: A naval...
Verint provides Nextiva Critical Infrastructure solution for port securityVerint provides Nextiva Critical Infrastructure solution for port security
Port security has been upgraded with the introduction of Nextiva Critical infrastructure from Verint Systems Every year,...
CBC's Ganz C-AllView ruggedised PTZ and thermal cameras protect police helicopter baseCBC's Ganz C-AllView ruggedised PTZ and thermal cameras protect police helicopter base
CBC's Radar Vision system and C-AllView camera When it comes to crime fighting and tracking down criminals, the police helicopter is...
Video content analysis - News
Improving healthcare security with modern surveillance technologies
Through new technology, applications and analytics, video surveillance systems are helping to make hospitals a safer place Healthcare organisations face many challenges. Federal mandates associated with...
Hikvision unveils the EasyIP 3.0 product range with enhanced storage and analytics
3 March, 2017: Providing the intelligence behind a new range of cameras and NVRs, the EasyIP 3.0 range delivers superior video performance Hikvision, the supplier in innovative video surveillance products and solutions, launches the...
Next generation video analytics: separating fact from fiction
Real-time search analytics addresses one of the most important control room tasks - locating a person of interest If you have been to any of the many security industry tradeshows this year you will undoubtedly have...
Honeywell and Xtralis collaborate to create complete remote monitoring systems
27 January, 2017: The new update allows integrators to connect Xtralis offerings with Honeywell Performance and HDZ Series cameras A new Honeywell software update makes it easier for security integrators to create complete remote...
Hanwha Techwin launches Wisenet X series with embedded proprietary chipset
23 January, 2017: The Wisenet 5 chipset is the most important component developed by Hanwha Techwin’s core technologies Hanwha Techwin, a provider of global security, launches the Wisenet X series with an...
Could Amazon Go eliminate shoplifters? Customers ‘Just walk out’
14 December, 2016: Amazon Go is a new idea in retailing, now being tested at a store in Seattle, that eliminates the need for customers to go through a checkout line. The so-called “just walk out” experience depends...
Access control moves from siloed security solution to integrated approach
Today's modern organisations require manufacturers and integrators to add more value to installations by combining critical systems The year of 2016 ended with Vanderbilt finalising the acquisition of Access Control...
“Anti-surveillance clothing” creates a new wrinkle in facial detection
5 January, 2017: The latest challenge to facial recognition technology is “anti-surveillance clothing,” aimed at confusing facial recognition algorithms as a way of preserving “privacy.” The clothing, covered with...
Overcoming challenges and mapping the future of video surveillance
The shift from analogue to IP systems has remained consistent, with end users increasingly looking to network-enabled devices Over the last year, we have continued to see the rise of manufacturers from China...
New trends include searchable video, data fusion and crowd sourcing
There has been a lot of investment in safe city projects around the world in 2016, particularly in India, where Qognify is currently involved in a number of major initiatives, as well as upgrading of security systems at major...
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Arecont Vision releases MicroDome Duo compact twin-sensor megapixel camera series
Arecont Vision releases MicroDome Duo compact twin-sensor megapixel camera series

Arecont Vision announces the expansion of the compact MicroDome ultra-low profile true day/night camera family with the release of its dual-sensor MicroDome Duo series.

MicroDome Duo unique capabilities

With revolutionary innovation and in-house designs, Arecont Vision has pioneered the multi-sensor megapixel surveillance camera market since 2006. MicroDome Duo is the latest addition to that continuing heritage, with an extremely compact and advanced twin sensor omnidirectional camera. Both sensors feature independent remote focus modules, mounted on 3-axis gimbals for outstanding viewing coverage. 

“Customers across the Middle East and around the world will benefit from the small size, advanced cybersecurity protection, future-proof design and unique capabilities of the new MicroDome Duo,” said Sanjit Bardhan, Vice President of Sales, Middle East, Africa, and India (MEAI) for Arecont Vision. “MicroDome Duo reduces the number of came...

In Focus
Arecont VisionASSA ABLOY EMEA
BCDVideoCLIQ - ASSA ABLOY
Dahua Technology LtdDelta Scientific Corporation
FLIR Commercial Vision System B.V.Hikvision
LILINLTV Europe Sicherheitstechnik GmbH
MOBOTIX AGNedap Security Management
Pelco by Schneider ElectricPromise Technology
Seagate TechnologySeeTec GmbH
TDSiTESA
TrakaVicon Industries

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