The rise of high-definition video, enhanced video compression standard and the subsequent opening of the IP video surveillance Market Open standards, these 2010 and future years for the video surveillance market mean?
Recently, video surveillance in the field to discuss some of the major suppliers in 2010 and future years will be to the end user, Sell What providers and integrators?
The group noted that several different techniques is likely in 2010, the video surveillance industry have a significant impact. These cutting-edge technologies, including recording and storage, H.264, HD video, open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) physical security interoperability Alliance (PSIA) proposed open standard, IP video management systems, and video content analysis techniques. “H.264 video compression standard in the next few years will continue this year and the cost and application of IP video surveillance on a huge impact.” ArecontVision said Dr. Michael Kaplinsky, CEO.
Video analysis of the group that more and more attention, but because the technology has not been widely used, so, before that, it still has a long way to go. Matsushita President BillTaylor said: “Although the video analysis in the application security industry is still in the initial stage, however, when customers see the benefits of it, the market will start picking up. Now, customers with special needs, of course, to lead the market In particular the use of video analysis applications. ”
“Video analysis technology will not really be concerned about, unless the integrators and end users recognize it as a reliable technology,” Bosch Company The Chris Johnston added.
Source: Newsreel Network