Video analytics (391)

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City Video Surveillance Guide

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This 31-page guide explains the key uses, design factors, and players in the City Surveillance market. A global group of 60 integrators responded, each offering insights in selling, implementing, and maintaining metropolitan video surveillance ...

By Brian Rhodes - over 5 years ago

Bosch Person / Car / Bike / Truck Analytics Tested

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Automatically identify what objects are persons vs cars vs bikes vs trucks. That is the new feature and claim from Bosch in their newest IVA analytics (6.10 version).  We first tested Bosch IVA here. With this new feature, we wanted to see how ac...

By Ethan Ace - over 5 years ago

Avigilon Changes Strategy

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Avigilon is changing their strategy, shifting away from their classical HD positioning to their new found video analytic focus. In this note, we break down 8 specific shifts that are key to understand how Avigilon is refedining itself and how tha...

By John Honovich - over 5 years ago

DVTel ioimage HD Analytic Camera Tested

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Four years after acquiring ioimage, DVTel has released new HD analytic cameras, with the promise of higher probability of detection and lower false alarm rates.   Now, the question is whether these new models can fill the gap left by Avigilon's a...

By Ethan Ace - over 5 years ago

3VR Stays Alive With $8 Million Financing

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Now 13 years old, 3VR is the last of a generation of the hyped video analytic startups to find an exit. And with a new $8 million financing, 3VR has gained a little more runway. In this note, we examine the financing, 3VR's growth, internal and ...

By John Honovich - almost 6 years ago

Avigilon Acquires 96 MORE Patents

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Spending $80 million on patents last month was evidently just the start. Now, Avigilon has acquired 96 more patents from 4 different companies. In this note, we examine this high risk / high reward strategy and how it can impact rivals and the i...

By John Honovich - almost 6 years ago

Largest New Video Surveillance Projects 2015

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140 video surveillance professionals, including integrators and manufacturers, shared the largest video surveillance projects that they have seen in the past year. Key Patterns The survey results revealed a number of key patterns, including: ...

By John Honovich - almost 6 years ago

Genetec AutoVu Advanced Vehicle / LPR Analytics

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Genetec has enhanced their AutoVu LPR platform with a new suite of "Advanced Vehicle Analytics", including speed, direction and make / state of vehicles. In this note, we look at applications for these analytics, limitations, price points and pot...

By Ethan Ace - almost 6 years ago

Security Sales Forecast 2015

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The biggest surveillance manufacturer marketing push in 2014 was 4K. And the pundits continue to say how the cloud will be the next big thing. But these two were easily beat out by three less hyped but more valuable offerings.

By John Honovich - almost 6 years ago

Manufacturers Sound Off on Avigilon / OV Deal

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$80 million cash for no products, just patents - one of the most unusual deals in the history of the video surveillance industry. IPVM did a survey of more than 50 manufacturers - Avigilon's competitors - to see what their outlook on the deal was...

By John Honovich - almost 6 years ago

Avigilon Acquires All ObjectVideo Patents for $80 Million USD

Wow. You thought Object Video played hardball suing large manufacturers like Bosch, Samsung, Sony, Pelco, etc. Now, Avigilon has acquired all of OV's patents for $80.3 million, and all of their licensing agreements with a who's who of surveillan...

By John Honovich - almost 6 years ago

Avigilon Analytic Cameras Tested 2014

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Analytics remains the 'next big thing' But supply of high quality, ease to use analytics remain in short supply. VideoIQ had been the favorite choice of integrators surveyed. But VideoIQ was acquired by Avigilon and VideoIQ cameras were end of l...

By Ethan Ace - almost 6 years ago

iCetana Video Analytics

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In the US, BRS Labs has been the poster boy for outsized marketing. However, BRS Labs' core claim of behavorial recognition does have value if it can be delivered. Indeed, a quite company on the other side of the world says they can do very simi...

By IPVM Team - almost 6 years ago

Winners Losers Fall 2014

We are all losers, IPVM included. The historically poor new releases for ASIS / Essen make 2014 the worst year for surveillance innovation in, at least, a decade. (See our in depth manufacturer review for tech details). And that is bad news for ...

By John Honovich - about 6 years ago

NICE Suspect Search Examined

Did you lose your child here? Or here? Now, many might say you were a terrible parent but not NICE Systems. NICE's new Suspect Search [link no longer available] aims to solve this. In this note, we break down how it works and what the probl...

By John Honovich - about 6 years ago

New HD Video Analytic Cameras (ioimage / DVTel)

DVTel is releasing their first HD video analytic cameras, nearly 5 years after acquiring ioimage. With Avigilon EOL'ing VideoIQ products, this is an opportune time for rivals as integrators looks for alternatives. In this note, we break down the...

By John Honovich - about 6 years ago

The BRS Labs IPO

BRS Labs is IPOing. Maybe. Probably Not.

By John Honovich - about 6 years ago

Gun Detection Analytics Are Here, Says Startup

A timely innovation, or cashing in on tragedies? A new video analytics company is touting its 'gun detection' analytics that can trigger as soon as a weapon is drawn, potentially alerting authorities in seconds and saving lives. Are they crazy, ...

By Brian Rhodes - over 6 years ago

Video Analytics Market Guide and Favorities 2014

For more than a decade, video analytics has been the great hope for the surveillance industry. Indeed, it remains the pick as the Next Big Thing. Yet the past 2 years has been rough, with ObjectVideo's lawsuit campaign against almost every major ...

By John Honovich - over 6 years ago

Testing Time Compressor

Our VMS Search Shootout showed that performance varies greatly and is an important differentiator in product selection. One uncommon but interesting feature is the ability to overlay people and vehicles from different times on a single video to q...

By Ethan Ace - over 6 years ago

A Postmortem of VideoIQ and the Future of Video Analytics

With Avigilon to acquire VideoIQ, we answer a number of critical questions inside: Where did VideoIQ fail? Where did it succeed? What is Avigilon's best approach with VideoIQ's products? What should Avigilon competitors like Axis, Milestone a...

By John Honovich - almost 7 years ago

Testing Color Analytics Performance

In an industry known for overhyping its own value, color analytics have been considered pure science fiction, with few, if any, stories from the field to back up manufacturer claims. In this report, we test Bosch's IVA color analytics to see whic...

By Ethan Ace - almost 7 years ago

Analytics vs Rain: Axis, Bosch & Sony

Rain. This was a key objection to our Camera Analytics Test: Axis vs. Bosch vs. Sony. Members rightfully noted it is one thing for an analytics to do well indoors and outdoors at night but what about in the rain? In this report, we share our find...

By Ben Wood - about 7 years ago

Camera Analytics Tested: Axis vs. Bosch vs. Sony

With the move to IP and HD now commonplace, companies are looking for new ways to compete. While analytics has long disappointed, many still hold out hope for it being the next big thing. Many major camera manufacturers offer analytics built-in o...

By Ethan Ace - about 7 years ago

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