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  • Video Surveillance
    Video surveillance is the use of video cameras to capture, transmit, convert and record video streams. Applications for video surveillance are expanding at a rapid rate with advancing technology. Some of the most common applications include: * Security. * Industrial safety monitoring. * Crime
  • Intelligent Distributed Video Surveillance Systems
    Intelligent Distributed Video Surveillance Systems. Bringing together a collection of the latest work in the field, this book details recent developments in machine vision algorithms capable of handling complex visual data acquired by camera systems.
  • Rolling Stock IP Video Surveillance for Today and Beyond
    Integrating a rolling stock video surveillance/CCTV surveillance system with other train systems, such as the PA system, is easier said than done because of the large number of restrictive factors. On trains, especially, communications and surveillance must be sufficiently resilient to overcome
  • Wireless Video Surveillance Is The Best Option When It Comes To Security
    Video Surveillance plays a pivotal role when it comes to security and is gaining popularity because of its easy installation and simplicity that it provides. Equipments like video and audio recorder, CCTV footage etc. are in great demand. Terrorist attacks and many other uninvited events can
  • [Application] Steel Factory Integrates IP Video Surveillance into Automation - EDS 518A Series
    The truck scale systems used in steel plants to measure and weigh steel bars is an essential element of the steel manufacturing process. To prevent errors in the process, video surveillance is often used to monitor operating conditions and assist in trouble shooting. The challenge here
  • Enhancing Vehicle Security with Mobile Video Surveillance
    Mobile/In-vehicle surveillance market is changing and fast catching up with new technological advancements. One of the key components in this industry is the IP camera solution which is migrating from traditional analog to IP solutions. In addition to IP cameras, the mobile NVR (Network Video
  • Failure in Outdoor Video Surveillance Systems: What to Do About It
    CCTV surveillance cameras are now a common sight, both indoors and out. In many cities one can find cameras festooned atop traffic poles at all major intersections, capturing traffic video and potentially helping to solve crimes. However, the ubiquity of modern urban surveillance systems masks
  • Building an IP Surveillance Camera
    Current market trends in video surveillance present a number of challenges to be. addressed, including the move from analog to digital cameras, conversion to highdefinition. (HD) video, adoption of wide dynamic range (WDR) sensors, and Internet. Protocol (IP) connectivity for control and data
  • Mystic Lake Surveillance Upgrade
    it comes to protecting the patrons at its casinos and the assets those gaming facilities bring to the tribe. That was the thinking behind SMSC's recent renovation of the video surveillance and access control system serving its Mystic Lake Casino Hotel and Little Six Casino facilities in Prior Lake
  • Advantages Of Wireless Surveillance Camera In The Home And Business
    Nowadays wireless video surveillance camera is in huge demand. People prefer wireless camera because of its best picture quality, inexpensive and easy installation. With its smart RF technology, the wireless camera will adjust the intensity of camera lens giving more clarity to the picture
  • Building an IP Surveillance Camera System with a Low-Cost FPGA (.pdf)
    In the video surveillance marketplace, the need for higher quality video, higher resolution, and more flexibility and features is driving the change from analog to digital cameras. By definition, high-definition (HD) video must be digital, so the adoption of HD standards is symbiotic with the move
  • Network Video Storage
    surveillance where multiple cameras are capturing video continuously, 24 hours a day. There are a number of solutions for digital video storage, including tape backup, DVD backup, and network storage appliances with inexpensive, replaceable hard drives. The advantages of network video storage include
  • Methods for Embedding Video Streams in SCADA Systems (.pdf)
    In industrial automation systems, SCADA/HMI plays an important role in remote monitoring and control. Accompanied by the popularity of IP video surveillance solutions, there is a trend towards using IP video with SCADA/HMI systems to augment remote monitoring since seeing the field site situation
  • Power Your Rolling Stock Viedo Surveillance Applications with a Rugged NVR
    Network Video Recorders (NVRs) are now widely used in rolling stock applications for surveillance and security purposes, and thus require a substantial storage capacity for storing large video files. However, the vibration and shock inherent on moving trains pose a challenge for the storage devices
  • Optimize IP Video Network Consumption with Dynamic Video Frame Rates
    IP video offers many advantages, but the issue of high network traffic is a key obstacle hindering the broader adoption of IP video for CCTV surveillance systems. Network traffic load is always an issue for IP video because video streams require a lot of bandwidth.

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  • Intelligent Multimedia Surveillance
    In the chapter “Intelligent Video Surveillance as a Service”, Prati et al. present a paradigm called VSaaS that considers video surveillance technology as a service.