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Explosive trends in the video analytics market has really caught the eye of business intelligent departments. This little known software is quickly picking up speed for an expansive amount of applications. From security to public safety to crowd management, video analytics have begun to see a big boom on the business world. Video analytics, or intelligent video analytics, is software that is used to monitor video streams in near real-time. While monitoring the videos, the software identifies attributes, events or patterns of specific behavior via video analysis of monitored environments. Video analysis software also generates automatic alerts and can facilitate forensic analysis of historical data to identify trends, patterns and incidents. The software enables its users to analyze, organize and share any insight gained from the data to make smarter, better decisions. It can promote enhanced coordination across and within agencies and organizations. Its applications are widespread, including monitoring vehicle patterns or violations of traffic laws, or people entering restricted areas during defined time frames. The data can then be sorted by time and date or over an extended time period to create a trend analysis. A simple function of video analytics is motion detection with a fixed background. More technical functions can include egomotion estimation (the 3D motion of a camera within an environment) and video tracking. From here can come identification (such as a specific vehicle—worst case scenario one in an Amber Alert) and behavior analysis. The technology used to accomplish video analytics include sensors, cameras, image compression techniques and connectivity techniques. Video analytics come with many benefits to businesses especially in the security and public safety realms. It is often used to enhance these two sectors with comprehensive intelligence, security and investigative capabilities. #FurwelTech #Electronic Security Solutions #security

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