Video analytics (397)

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BBC Featured Deep Learning Face Recognition Analyzed (Digital Barriers)

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The UK's largest broadcaster, BBC, recently featured Digital Barriers (also based in the UK) on a segment highlighting face recognition technology. The TV segment showed Digital Barriers' SmartVis Face [link no longer available] being used to moni...

By Brian Karas - over 3 years ago

Nvidia For Video Surveillance Examined

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Nvidia is making a big push into the security market, claiming more than 50 partners, investing heavily in industry events, positioning their GPUs as the workhorses of deep learning applications.  However, Nvidia offers multiple product platforms...

By Brian Karas - over 3 years ago

Healthy Skepticism for Deep Learning Is Prudent

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The hype for deep learning in video surveillance is accelerating. Between the race to the bottom and dearth of a 'next big thing', certainly pent up demand exists. But now is the time for a healthy skepticism about when and what deep learning ca...

By John Honovich - over 3 years ago

Hikvision Launching Deep Learning Recorders

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Hikvision has become a common choice for super low cost NVRs. Now, Hikvision is aiming to move up market, with deep learning NVRs that claim far greater intelligence and accuracy. In this note, we examine the line, share feedback from Hikvision a...

By John Honovich - over 3 years ago

Microsoft Video AI Cloud Services Examined

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Microsoft has released one of the most amazing video analytics marketing videos ever. In it, they detect oil spills, track individual people giving them specific directions to avoid oil spills, send alerts if patients have engaged in too much acti...

By Brian Karas - over 3 years ago

Deep Learning Surveillance Startups Deep Problem

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The undeniably good news for the video surveillance market is that we are seeing the rise of more startups than in many years. The cause of this is clear - deep learning / 'artificial intelligence' / the next wave of video analytics. While video ...

By John Honovich - over 3 years ago

Avigilon Announces RADAR-Based Presence Detector

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RADAR is gaining momentum within physical security. Two months after Axis announced a network radar detector, Avigilon has announced a RADAR-Based Presence Detector. We analyze Avigilon's latest product, and compare it to Axis' Network Radar Dete...

By Brian Karas - over 3 years ago

PureTech Video Analytics Examined

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PureTech's analytics were chosen for a US border protection system (see related post), which the company claims no other analytics vendor was able to meet the requirements for. PureTech is using deep learning techniques in portions of their produc...

By Brian Karas - over 3 years ago

US Border RVSS / Video Analytics System Examined

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US Customs and Border Protection has been rolling out a video analytics-based detection system along the US/Mexico border, with detection ranges reaching up to 7 miles. Deployments began in 2015, and were recently declared to be at Full Operating ...

By Brian Karas - almost 4 years ago

ISC West 2017 Best and Worst

IPVM went to Las Vegas, examining what vendors are showcasing and what is new. Attendance was up, according to the show, and was certainly well attended. This is our final edition of the show report covering all 3 days of exhibits and key takeaw...

By IPVM Team - almost 4 years ago

Deep Science - Active Threat Cloud Monitoring Startup

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Deep learning for $2 a day for a system that automatically detects guns and masks, alerting the police to robberies and threats? A US startup is launching such a service, based on the work of its founder/CEO, Dr. Sean Huver [link no longer availa...

By Brian Karas - almost 4 years ago

ObjectVideo Acquired by Alarm.com

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Once potentially the most recognized name in video analytics, ObjectVideo has effectively been sold for pieces. Alarm.com has now acquired what remained of the company following Avigilon's 2014 acquisition of ObjectVideo's patents for $80 million...

By Brian Karas - almost 4 years ago

Hikvision People Counting Tested

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People counting has historically been a difficult task, requiring specialized cameras, expensive software, and careful camera placement. But in the past few years, low cost camera manufacturers have begun offering this analytic in their cameras at...

By Ethan Ace - almost 4 years ago

Positive Video Surveillance Outlook - 2017 Statistics

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376 manufacturers and integrators revealed their outlook on the future of the video surveillance industry in a recent IPVM survey. Both groups are strongly positive about the future with integrators even more so: Factors cited as influencing o...

By Brian Karas - almost 4 years ago

Axis CTO: Deep Learning 'Exciting Space' But Urges Caution

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Deep learning interest is rising in video surveillance. 2016 saw: Hikvision's partnership with Nvidia Movidius launch a neural networks chip for video surveillance Hikvision winning a deep learning challenge China manufacturers showing grea...

By John Honovich - about 4 years ago

2017 Video Surveillance Predictions

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2017 should be an active, if not rocky, year for the security industry, according to predictions from IPVM integrators. We surveyed integrators, asking them "In 2017, what major shifts do you anticipate? Why?", and their answers show that they ha...

By Brian Karas - about 4 years ago

Axis Partner Elder Care Video Analytics (Smartervision)

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Can video analytics be used to improve the care of the elderly? Axis and a video analytics startup, Smartervision, are working together to do so. In this note, we examine the solution, its pricing, objectives and potential limitations.

By Brian Karas - about 4 years ago

Top Surprises in the Video Surveillance Industry 2016

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The top 3 surprises of 2016 for integrators surveyed by IPVM were: The race to bottom, repeating 2015's Top Surprise Result New - Cybersecurity concerns growing (related, see our Cyber Security For Video Surveillance Study) Mergers and acqui...

By Brian Karas - about 4 years ago

Hikvision's ImageNet Win Analyzed

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Hikvision is pushing hard to move up market and win at video analytics. One notable sign is Hikvision touting [link no longer available] their #1 ranking for an ImageNet challenge. We hired a computer vision academic, expert at ImageNet, to revi...

By John Honovich - about 4 years ago

China Hot For Intelligent Video

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The clear top theme at the 2016 Security China show has been intelligent video. This is a big shift from past years, and China's historical focus on hardware. In this note, we examine what is happening, why this is a response to the race to the ...

By John Honovich - about 4 years ago

Camio Natural Language Processing Tested

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The ex-Googler led team from Camio has advanced its video monitoring offering to include natural language processing. Camio ingests video, automatically determines what objects are, labels those objects and then allows users to search for them wi...

By Ethan Ace - over 4 years ago

Nest Cam Outdoor Tested - Analytics Strong, Installation Weak

After years of claiming an outdoor model was "coming", addressing their biggest user demand, Nest has finally released their Outdoor Camera, an IP67 1080p model, along with improvements to their Nest Aware analytic platform, aptly named Person Ale...

By John Scanlan - over 4 years ago

Logipix 20MP, 140MP and 200MP Cameras Examined

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Looking for an Avigilon alternative? Logipix, based in Hungary, has created their own super high resolution end-to-end solution, featuring 20MP - 200MP cameras, video analytics, and claims to offer advanced solutions for critical customers. We s...

By Brian Karas - over 4 years ago

Hikvision Nvidia Supercomputing Partnership

Hikvision is gearing up its supercomputing efforts. Partnering with Nvidia, one of the US' largest tech companies, doing $5 billion revenue annually, Hikvision is getting the first of Nvidia's new supercomputers inside China. In this report, we ...

By John Honovich - over 4 years ago

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