More than Just Security Incident Investigation..


IP video surveillance is a high-growth area of our business sector, as more operations decide to deploy camera systems.  More than just security incident investigation, modern IP video systems are used to: 
Provide safer work environments: monitor worker safety and health screening.
Improve business efficiencies: check work and production flows, and monitor worker process.
Provide business analytic data:  people counting and heat maps
Video verification: verify site alarm conditions before dispatch


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Industry Trend: Video Analytics and AI


As AI becomes more broadly adopted across industries, it is likely to be more widely incorporated in video surveillance in the upcoming year. Edge-based AI (which filters and processes data locally on a camera) will be more ubiquitous, enabling end-to-end AI technology. Today, most security cameras send the data they collect to servers to be analyzed. However, with edge-based AI, the data is analyzed by the camera first, and subsequently sent to the server. This reduces the burden of transferring and storing large amounts of data to a server, thereby increasing efficiency, saving time, and reducing server costs typically required to analyze data.  AI Benefits:


Reduce False Alarms: As the number of surveillance cameras grows along with the cities, an operator may be presented with too much information to handle, as conventional cameras equipped with motion-based detection generate too many event alarms. With operators under great strain to verify each one, there could be delays in response times. Now, AI algorithms built into Wisenet P series AI cameras are able to dramatically help improve operator efficiency.
Classify Target Objects: Wisenet P series AI cameras differentiates what it sees into broad categories such as ‘Person’, ‘Face’, ‘Vehicle’ and ‘license plate’. Delving deeper, Wisenet AI algorithms are quickly and accurately able to identify the different attributes of the objects within the camera’s field of view. For example, the camera sees a person and immediately detects the color of clothing. It is also intelligent enough to distinguish whether the person is wearing glasses or holding a bag. These attributes are then saved as metadata alongside the captured footage.
Monitor Occupancy: Wisenet Occupancy Monitoring Application combines Wisenet P series AI camera with people counting, an edge-based AI video analytics, to precisely monitor the occupancy level.
Face Mask Detection: The attribute classification function of Wisenet P series AI cameras enables quick and accurate detection of the objects with or without face mask and immediately sends out alert.
Social Distancing Detection: The Wisenet P series AI cameras’ edge-based AI video analytics help operators monitor the proximity of people in public spaces. They detect distancing violations (violations of preset distance) and trigger an instant event alert on connected NVR/VMS.
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FAQ - Video Surveillance
IP stands for Internet Protocol. An IP camera is a digital video system that can transmit data over a network. These systems work with mobile devices so that you can view your security feed from anywhere with an Internet connection. IP cameras may also be referred to as network cameras or webcams.
In a traditional security system, data is transmitted through a cable to a DVR (digital video recorder). With an IP camera, the network is used to transmit digital video. The unit contains everything it needs to do this. It’s connected to your network much like other external IT equipment like a printer. To store video, your IP camera may contain storage in-unit or it may transmit video to a device also connected to the network to be stored, also known as a network video recorder (NVR) or video management system (VMS). Digital cameras and IP cameras capture images the same way, although the transmission method is different. Your quality won’t be compromised with an IP camera—in fact, the resolution is better.
For an IP surveillance system, you’ll need the actual IP cameras, an NVR or other type of storage system, accessories such as a microphones and speakers generally will come built into the cameras so additional parts will not be required. At PCS, we can help determine your needs and set you up with the best equipment for your budget.
Incident investigation - Provide investigative tools for accidents or security events at your business or operation.
Improve business efficiencies - check work and production flows to reduce costs.
Provide business analytics - counts customers and track movement patterns around an area (heat maps).
Integrate With Other Systems - Integrate with other security systems, such as access control, video intercoms and more.