Intelligent Video Technology - Panasonic Video surveillance systems

Intelligent Video Technology - Panasonic Video surveillance systems

Intelligent Video (IV) is also referred to as Video Content Analysis (VCA) and Video Analytics (VA). IV automatically analyzes the video stream and extracts useful information from images such as detected intruders. The typical applications are video motion detection, video pattern matching and auto tracking.

Today, security departments deploy more and more surveillance cameras to watch broader areas closely 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. IP technology enables building open, reliable and scalable surveillance systems. While video data is increasing, one person can only watch a limited amount of video data. People quickly lose their ability to concentrate and suspicious movements on the screen are frequently overlooked. Intelligent Video works 24 hours a day without stopping, improving surveillance accuracy and effectiveness.

What's inside?

  • How Intelligent Video works
  • System configuration
  • Panasonic’s intelligent video technology
  • Intelligent Video Motion Detection (i-VMD)
  • Intruder Detection (i-VMD)
  • Partner’s Intelligent Video applications
  • Considerations for deploying i-VMD
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