Geutebrück Integrated Video Content Analysis

Geutebrück is expanding its portfolio with camera-based video content analysis (VCA). VCA reliably detects people, cars, trucks, animals, colors or behavior patterns in moving images – by day or night. Items such as containers, pallets or packages can be accurately identified. The video motion detection in the camera is activated by the customer. The main features are abandoned object (loitering items), removed object (missing items), counting (item counting), intrusion detection (perimeter security) and a dwell filter (loitering/ evaluation of dwell time). further filters are the speed filter (velocity), enter &…

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Reliable Video Solutions

Camera robustness, hemispheric technology and decentralized image and event management make MOBOTIX the logical choice for mobile security Challenge Robust and reliable in every vehicle at any speed Operators of public and private transportation or of commercial cargo fleets are required to be more alert than ever against vandalism, theft and violence in order to stay competitive and attractive for passengers in the future. A key contribution is the decentralized, high-resolution video security technology from MOBOTIX; because perpetrators can be identified much faster with highly detailed and gapless recordings compared…

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Credit Union Takes the Long View

Vancouver Island financial Institution Secures Branches with March Networks Advanced IP Video When the largest credit union based on Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands off the coast of British Columbia decided to deploy a March Networks enterprise-wide video surveillance system in 2013, the opportunity to take advantage of advanced functionality was top of mind. The credit union, which operates 23 branches, 16 insurance offices, four regional business centres and one centralized contact centre, was using a system that was ‘old and slow,’ but a sole March Networks system installed at…

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Physical Safety Impacting Millennials

New survey data from ADT shows 76% of Millennials have avoided a specific activity due to safety concerns; 90% depend on technology to feel safe when alone A recent survey commissioned by ADT LLC provides a fresh perspective on how Millennials view personal protection. A generation known for their fearlessness, confidence and optimism often think about safety precautions, with many choosing to opt out of activities due to the lack of personal security. According to the survey: Millennials love to use their devices to stay connected to friends, but they…

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