Security Technologies Top Trends for 2019

App Stores for the Security Industry An increasing number of vendors are marketing app ecosystems for video surveillance cameras. This is a further manifestation of increased processing power at the edge and a de-centralized architecture. However, apps for video surveillance cameras are not a new concept. The revival of app based ecosystems has synced with the resurgence of interest in video analytics, fueled by deep-learning technological advances. This means many of the new apps available for compatible cameras are based around deep learning video analytics. This was not the case for…

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Security Technologies Top Trends for 2019

Deep Learning Analytics at the Edge In 2018 deep learning analytics were nearly all processed either on a server or in the cloud, not at the edge. However, 2019 will be the year of the embedded deep learning application specific integrated circuit (ASIC) system on a chip (SOC). Due to the power requirements of current GPU hardware, deep-learning analytics have typically had to run on servers. However, the transition of deep learning out to the edge has already begun. NVIDIA offers the Jetson embedded computing platform that allows edge-based inferencing.…

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Security Technologies Top Trends for 2019

Deep Learning Analytics at the Edge In 2018 deep learning analytics were nearly all processed either on a server or in the cloud, not at the edge. However, 2019 will be the year of the embedded deep learning application specific integrated circuit (ASIC) system on a chip (SOC). Due to the power requirements of current GPU hardware, deep-learning analytics have typically had to run on servers. However, the transition of deep learning out to the edge has already begun. NVIDIA offers the Jetson embedded computing platform that allows edge-based inferencing.…

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Security Technologies Top Trends for 2019

Where are all the GDPR Prosecutions? In last year’s ‘Trends for 2018’ whitepaper we discussed the impact GDPR was likely to have on the video surveillance industry. One year on, we assess the situation going into 2019. Even those reading this from outside the EU will no doubt have seen a flurry of GDPR related emails asking them to update their marketing preferences for various mail lists around May 2018. For many, this will have been the limit of their experience with GDPR. Judging by the large number of emails…

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