Free Webcast: Video Analytics Vital Signs
Learn how to deliver effective video analytics solutions to your clients in this Western Digital-sponsored webinar.
Security Sales & Integration Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine will moderate a webinar aimed to help electronic security integrators deliver effective video analytics solutions to their clients on August 14 at 2 p.m. EDT.
Video analytics offers several benefits that can serve as powerful selling points for security integrators to deliver a compelling return on the investment (ROI) for end-user customers. Playing into that is the growing use of video surveillance beyond security for business intelligence. Video analytics are much more reliable, affordable and readily available than even just a couple of years ago. However, the successful deployment of an analytics solution hinges on several key factors that include how the video is recorded and stored.
During the free, one-hour, Western Digital-sponsored webinar titled “Video Analytics Vital Signs,” three security industry experts will discuss what formulas security integrators should use based on the type of application to determine the DVR/NVR capture rate; compression, bandwidth, latency and network topology considerations; short- and long-term storage options and more!
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