The Demand for AI and Video Analytics in an Increasingly Connected World

by Avigilon
Jan 31, 2018

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Through advanced AI technology, video analytics and our cloud platform, Avigilon is changing the way our customers interact with their surveillance systems. Read our blog post, and the full article originally featured in SourceSecurity.com.

Today’s security industry has reached a critical mass in the volume of collected data and the limits of human attention to effectively search through that data. As such, the demand for video analytics is increasing globally and we believe that most video surveillance systems will eventually feature video analytics.

Artificial Intelligence Solutions

Through the power of artificial intelligence (AI), Avigilon is developing technologies and products that dramatically increase the effectiveness of security systems by focusing human attention on what matters most. As AI solutions become adopted, it provides scalable solutions that can be deployed across a range of verticals and applications to better address security challenges.

GPU Technology Increases in Value

As the world becomes increasingly connected, the way we think about and interact with our security systems will continue to evolve across various verticals and applications. The emergence of GPU technology, in particular, has led to a dramatic increase in performance and value. With the democratisation of video analytics, and increased use of AI and deep learning, we believe that video analytics will be inherent in digital surveillance and used in broader applications. Cybersecurity will become more important as we move toward a more connected approach to security—particularly as our collected data becomes more sophisticated and critical.

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Forward-Looking Statements

Certain information and statements in this blog post contain and constitute forward-looking information or forward-looking statements as defined under applicable securities laws (collectively, “forward-looking statements”). Forward-looking statements normally contain words like ‘believe’, ‘expect’, ‘anticipate’, ‘plan’, ‘intend’, ‘continue’, ‘estimate’, ‘may’, ‘will’, ‘should’, ‘ongoing’ and similar expressions, and within this blog post include any statements (express or implied) respecting Avigilon’s views regarding the future of video surveillance system industry.

Forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance, actions, or developments and are based on expectations, assumptions and other factors that management currently believes are relevant, reasonable and appropriate in the circumstances, including, without limitation, the assumption that video analytics will become more prevalent across all verticals and applications.

Although management believes that the forward-looking statements are reasonable, actual results could be substantially different due to the risks and uncertainties associated with forward-looking statements. Material risks and uncertainties applicable to the forward-looking statements set out herein include, but are not limited to, unforeseen events, developments or factors causing any of the aforesaid expectations, assumptions, and other factors ultimately being inaccurate or irrelevant. Many of the factors that may cause actual actions, events or results to differ materially from those disclosed in the forward-looking statements are beyond the control of Avigilon. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements.

Avigilon undertakes no obligation to reissue or update any forward-looking statements as a result of new information or events after the date hereof except as may be required by law. All forward-looking statements contained in this blog post are qualified by this cautionary statement.

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Glossary

ACC Version Last version of ACC tested with camera. This also implies support for later versions of ACC unless specifically listed otherwise.
Audio Input Receive audio feed from camera.
Audio Output Send audio to speaker attached to camera.
Autodiscovery Automatic discovery of camera IP address when connected within a LAN environment.
Compression Type Describes the encoding types supported for the camera.
Connection Type Describes the type of Device Driver used. Native refers to the Manufacturer's specific device driver.
Dewarping In-Client dewarping of fisheye or panoramic cameras.
Digital Input Receive Digital or Relay inputs from camera.
Digital output Trigger digital or relay outputs physically connected to a camera.
Motion Quick display of whether Motion Recording is available on for the camera.
Motion Configuration Configuration of motion detection within the ACC Client.
Motion Recording Support for motion-based recording.
PTZ Quick display of whether PTZ functionality is available for camera.
PTZ Control Basic PTZ Movement.
PTZ Patterns/Tours Ability to create and trigger either PTZ Patterns, or PTZ Tours, depending on camera support.
PTZ Presets Create and trigger PTZ Preset positions.
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Verified Firmware Specific firmware version tested.
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Connection Type ONVIF
Unit Type IP PTZ camera
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