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Identify Suspicious Packages and Stolen Items
Unattended packages in public areas are potential security threats. Automatic, early detection not only allows security staff to respond quickly but also flags the event within the video footage timeline for subsequent investigation.
Businesses can use removed item detection to detect the theft of stationary assets, such as stock and equipment. The analytic can follow a schedule to avoid alarms generated during normal business operations.
Security personnel can be notified immediately if emergency exits become blocked with boxes or other objects.
The arrival and departure of shipping materials from loading bays can be detected. Video footage can be linked to shipping records for anti-theft and quality control purposes.
False alarms can be reduced by configuring object size and addition/removal times. For example, the analytic can be optimized to detect left bags at a subway stop while ignoring larger items such as a stationary floor cleaning machine.
Technologies such as fence alarms and video analytics software can detect physical intrusions at a site and activate deterrence devices like security lighting or intercoms, while video surveillance and security management...
Video surveillance, especially when using high-resolution cameras, can generate substantial amounts of data. When deploying a new surveillance system, or expanding an existing one, one first considers how much storage is...
Many IP network video cameras include edge storage, typically via an onboard SD card slot (some may offer network-attached storage options as well, depending on the manufacturer). Edge storage reduces the...