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BlinkAI Super Low Light Camera Technology Profile

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BlinkAI is an MIT STEX25 startup founded by 2 Harvard PhDs to improve low-light performance on standard RGB sensors with deep learning. IPVM profiles the company by speaking with BlinkAI CTO and co-founder Bo Zhu to better understand how it...

By Zach Segal - 6 days ago

Axxon Behavior Analytics And Facial Recognition Tested

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Axxon's Behavior Analytics claim to "Recognize potentially dangerous situations by detecting specific human postures" and their facial recognition is "free of recognition issues which were typical" in past generations. But how do they work in the...

By Rob Kilpatrick - 18 days ago

White Light Camera Shootout - Dahua, Hikvision, Tiandy, Uniview

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The white light camera segment continues to grow, with new entrants from Dahua, Tiandy, and Uniview, and new generations of Hikvision's ColorVu. To see how these new models perform and what issues they have, we bought and tested: Dahua...

By Derek Ward - 25 days ago

SAFR Facial Recognition Inside Axis Camera Tested

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RealNetworks' SAFR entered the security market giving away their analytics to schools for free. But how does their face rec compare to enterprise-focused competitors like Anyvision or BriefCam? We tested SAFR Inside on Axis' deep learning...

By Rob Kilpatrick - about 1 month ago

64 Video Surveillance Startups Directory 2021

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This directory provides a list of video surveillance startups to help you see and research what companies are new or not yet broadly known. 2021 State of Video Surveillance Startups In the past year, the number and funding of video...

By IPVM Team - about 1 month ago

Video Analytics Manufacturer Performance Guide

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This 25-page guide provides a reference for video surveillance analytic performance. Video surveillance has a wide range of hardware and software analytic offerings, which is complex to determine which are strong performers or have issues. In...

By IPVM Team - about 1 month ago

Axis "Motion Adaptive Exposure" Tested

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Axis claims their Motion Adaptive Exposure provides "excellent image quality in high-motion scenes" by automatically adjusting for fast-moving objects, but how well does it work in the real world? We bought an Axis P3247-LVE to test Motion...

By Derek Ward - about 2 months ago

Bosch MIC Inteox 7100i Cameras Tested

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Bosch has released their first S&ST-enabled camera, the MIC Inteox 7100i, calling it "The first fully open camera platform." We tested the 4K and 2MP Bosch MIC Inteox 7100i, examining the following: Image quality in full light (~200...

By Derek Ward - 3 months ago

Axis 20MP Multi Imager Tested (Q6100-E)

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Axis' new generation 360° multi-imager Q6010-E claims "total situational awareness" with 20MP resolution, directional audio analytics, and autopilot PTZ positioning. We bought and tested the Axis Q6100-E to see how it performs,...

By Derek Ward - 4 months ago

Provision-ISR IP Cameras Tested

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Provision-ISR bills itself as an Israeli alternative and positions its new 'case designs' as a differentiating feature. But how good is it and is it really their own? Our test results show it is not. IPVM bought and tested two Provision-ISR...

By Derek Ward - 4 months ago

Avigilon 61MP H5 Pro Camera Tested

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Avigilon's 61MP H5 Pro camera more than doubles their previous highest resolution camera. But how does this super high resolution model perform in real world scenes? We tested the Avigilon 61MP H5Pro against Axis' 20MP Q1659 and 4K Avigilon...

By Derek Ward - 4 months ago

Ava Cameras Tested

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Ava has released their new direct-to-cloud IP cameras competing with Verkada in the growing cloud connected camera space. But how well do these new cameras really work? We bought and tested Ava's 4K and 5MP domes, examining: How do Ava's...

By Derek Ward - 5 months ago

Camera Course July 2021

This is the only independent surveillance camera course, based on in-depth product and technology testing. Register now. Lots of manufacturer training exists but none it really teaches the underlying technologies and tradeoffs of current...

By IPVM Team - 5 months ago

Tyco Cloudvue VMS and Cameras Tested

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Cloudvue is touting "Never Buy Another New Camera", offering hardware along with their cloud VMS for one annual subscription. We tested Cloudvue VMS and cameras, and in this report, we examine Cloudvue SaaS strengths and weaknesses,...

By Sean Patton and Derek Ward - 5 months ago

2021 Video Surveillance Cameras State of the Market

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Each year, IPVM explains the main advances and changes for video surveillance cameras, based on our industry-leading testing and reporting. This is the 6th edition of this report, compare to: 2020 Video Surveillance Cameras State of the...

By IPVM Team - 6 months ago

Pixels Determine Potential, Not Quality

More pixels do not always mean higher quality. Many other factors impact image quality, including low light, back light, compression, lenses, and more. However, pixels determine potential quality. In this note, we explain and help you make...

By IPVM Team - 6 months ago

Wyze Cam v3 Tested Versus v2, Axis, And Hikvision

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Wyze has released the Wyze Cam v3 claiming "Brighter, Bolder, and Better than ever", claiming a starlight sensor, improved night vision, and more. We purchased the Wyze v3 and tested it against the Wyze Cam v2, Axis M3065-V, and Hikvision's...

By Derek Ward - 6 months ago

Video Surveillance History

The video surveillance market has changed significantly since 2000, going from VCRs to an emerging AI cloud era and now impacted by coronavirus. The goal of this history is to help professionals understand the important business and...

By John Honovich - 6 months ago

Rhombus Cameras, Analytics And Environmental Sensor Tested

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Closed cloud surveillance systems are rising, driven by Verkada, with fellow California startup Rhombus, also scaling up their offerings. Rhombus, while less well known than Verkada, offers much lower pricing and more VMS features. However,...

By Sean Patton - 6 months ago

Hanwha Wisenet 7 Cameras Tested

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Hanwha has released their next generation Wisenet 7 cameras claiming "exceptional" resolution, "extreme" WDR, and advanced noise reduction. But how does this new series perform compared to their past generation models and competitors? We...

By Rob Kilpatrick and Derek Ward - 7 months ago

Hikvision AcuSense G2 Camera Test

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Hikvision has released their next generation of AcuSense analytic cameras claiming "events such as rain drops, animals, or the movement of foliage, for example, will be drastically disregarded." We bought and tested the Hikvision...

By Rob Kilpatrick - 8 months ago

Hanwha 8K / 33MP Camera Tested

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Hanwha Techwin has released an 8K / 33MP resolution camera, the TNB-9000 with Hanwha claiming the "TNB-9000 represents the highest performing, highest resolution camera to date of Wisenet lineup." Does moving to 8K make sense? We tested the...

By Ethan Ace and Derek Ward - 9 months ago

Exacq "Facial Matching" Facial Recognition Tested

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Exacq is claiming "Accurate Recall of Every Noteworthy Person of Interest" with their Tyco AI powered "Facial Matching", but how well does it work in real-world scenes? We tested Exacq Facial Matching examining: How does it perform in...

By Rob Kilpatrick - 9 months ago

Startup Visual One Presents Object Detection and Smart Search

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Visual One, a Y Combinator backed startup led by a PhD in machine learning from UC Berkeley, presented its AI analytics offering for security cameras at the 2020 IPVM Startups show. Inside this report: A 30-minute video from Visual One...

By Joey Walter - 10 months ago

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