Video analytics technology has come a long way. Over the past 10 years, it has evolved at a rate similar to other technologies, and is now in its fourth generation. Some applications now also have the ability to detect tampering, and can automatically adjust the visual parameters of enabled video cameras according to individual scene characteristics to ensure optimal brightness and contrast for video viewing and recording.
August 11, 2012
Video analytics has been both one of the most exciting and maligned technologies applied to security applications. Find out why its promise of automatically detecting events and generating alerts based on surveillance images is no longer fraught with shortcomings.
By Paul Boucherle · July 31, 2012
VideoIQ of Bedford, Mass., releases the Rialto Analytic Bridge product line, featuring continuously self-calibrating analytics and solid-state storage, according to the company.
SSI Staff · March 22, 2012
The Nextiva EdgeVR version 2.5 by Verint Systems of Melville, N.Y., combines the company's video analytics, remote monitoring and management software and offers bandwidth optimization.
SSI Staff · February 26, 2012
After months of litigation, Sony Corp. has signed a patent license agreement with video analytics provider ObjectVideo (OV).
Ashley Willis · February 07, 2012
Digiop of Indianapolis releases the 3D people counting device, featuring a 3D camera, which delivers video analytics for retail, banking and other commercial applications.
SSI Staff · November 13, 2011
Clare Controls of Sarasota, Fla., releases the ClareVision, an IP video surveillance system that provides built-in analytics.
SSI Staff · October 02, 2011
Welcome back to SECURITY SALES & INTEGRATION's "Security Speaking" podcast! Here, Dr. Bob Banerjee, Senior Director of Training and Development for NICE Systems discusses how integrators can sell video analytic solutions to customers.
September 11, 2011
Video analytics provider ObjectVideo (OV), has filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) against Sony, Samsung and Bosch, alleging that the companies infringed upon OV's patented technologies. OV filed a similar complaint against the same companies with Virginia's Eastern District Court in April.
Ashley Willis · July 06, 2011
A new study reveals that retailers lost more than $37 billion to theft in 2010, an increase of nearly $4 billion compared to the previous year.
June 13, 2011