IoT Agenda:

Video surveillance


January 3, 2019  5:44 PM

Bridge the gap between security and IT to support an overall IoT strategy

Brandon Reich Profile: Brandon Reich
connected camera, digital video, Internet of Things, iot, IoT compliance, IoT devices, iot security, IoT strategy, Shodan, Video surveillance

Networked surveillance cameras fit the definition of IoT devices. They're an evolution of formerly closed-circuit analog products that have been upgraded with advanced computing and networking capabilities, so they may be connected over a standard LAN/WAN or even via the cloud. So why don't the...

October 4, 2018  2:14 PM

Why video surveillance is the perfect launching point for an IoT strategy

Mike Beevor Profile: Mike Beevor
Data Analytics, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT data, retail, Video, Video surveillance

Data generated from IoT devices and sensors is exploding, and as we continue to find new ways to connect and use these devices, IT will need different ways to use data to derive value for their organizations. These IoT sensors are in everything from our smartphones and computers to our washing...


May 29, 2018  12:33 PM

The case for camera networks as the basis of sensor networks

Fredrik Nilsson Profile: Fredrik Nilsson
Camera, cameras, Data Analytics, Integration, Internet of Things, Interoperability, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, IoT devices, IOT Network, iot security, IP camera, Sensor, Sensors, Video surveillance

As the number of networked devices making up the internet of things continues to grow exponentially, encompassing everything from refrigerators to environmental monitoring technologies, the need to manage and secure those devices becomes more and more urgent. With billions of sensors already...


March 13, 2018  2:49 PM

Smart video surveillance delivers actionable insights

Christopher Bergey Profile: Christopher Bergey
Big Data, Camera, cameras, Data Analytics, Data storage, Internet of Things, IoT data, Real time analytics, Security Cameras, Sensor data, Surveillance, Video, Video surveillance

Security cameras represent a large global market driven primarily by the increased adoption of video surveillance systems for business or public-sector intelligence, as well as rising threats associated with public safety. As such, surveillance cameras are now common in and around government...


December 7, 2016  3:45 PM

With safety and surveillance under its belt, video tackles insight

Darrin Lipscomb Profile: Darrin Lipscomb
Data Analytics, Internet of Things, iot, Video, Video Analysis Software, Video surveillance

Whether in airports or bank vaults, warehouses or showrooms, most organizations strive to safeguard their people and property by monitoring with video cameras. Approximately 60% of Fortune 250 companies use video as part of their corporate security strategy. In the early days, video meant


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