2017 Video Surveillance and Storage Technology Development Forecast

The development of smart city is obvious to all. As an ecosystem, perception is an important part. The Internet of Things (IOT) built on the basis of video surveillance is an important part of data collection. Data storage and analysis are the most important aspects. So in the world of all things, video surveillance coding analysis, storage What are the challenges?

Video surveillance area

1, more video data to support video analysis

Businesses must be better equipped to use unstructured data to identify patterns and trends. Monitoring data, or more accurately "video data," will increasingly be used for business purposes. Not only for the protection of people and property, video surveillance will also generate greater economic returns. Highly sophisticated video analytics applications will become more widely available to help decision makers make more informed business decisions. Now, 50% of the analysis is not just for safety. To support these analytics capabilities, videos must be kept for longer periods of time.

2, embedded intelligent monitoring camera

The number of HD webcams in 2016, especially those that generate more data to manage, surged. We expect cameras with a wider panorama, higher resolution and more sensors to accelerate in 2017. More projects to migrate from analog to SD cameras require more monitoring capabilities, such as compression, streaming, storage and analysis, to be bundled into the camera for greater value.

The influx of data will put pressure on storage and make intelligent, multi-tier storage strategies more important than ever. As the intelligence in the camera continues to increase, storage management software that effectively manages the influx of data becomes even more important.

3, medical video surveillance so warming

Medical institutions face the challenges: medical violence, drug-related crime, abduction threats of infants and young children, natural disasters, terrorism, etc., require medical institutions for major monitoring upgrades or a comprehensive system transformation. 80% of hospitals need to upgrade access control systems and closed-circuit television monitoring system (IAHSS). For example, to prevent litigation caused by slipping, it is recommended that medical structures retain at least two years of video data.

In addition, the number of controllable observation rooms can quickly surpass the number of security cameras and the need to expand the nurse's ability to monitor patients and improve overall quality of care. Addressing these changes and challenges requires a modern video surveillance solution that enhances the security of your entire facility while increasing operational efficiency.

4, the rise of biometric technology

Facial recognition is now used to confirm suspects. Medical institutions will also increasingly include facial recognition in their safety facilities. We estimate that the calculation of the number of applications will be more widely used in order to help traffic agencies to reduce congestion and improve service. More and more biometrics are helping to prevent data breaches that have become commonplace.

Public and private agencies will adopt more sophisticated cybersecurity. Facial recognition is another area of ​​growth where biometrics are now available for wearable cameras. Both of these technologies have great potential and require intelligent multi-tier storage to control the cost of the required data.

5, Internet of Things Sensor and video management

The rise of the Internet of Things as the "culprit" in data growth. The real challenge for IT managers will be to bring these pieces of data together with large, diverse file types, such as video surveillance, for integrated business intelligence. This poses challenges for data management in the IT department, which is responsible for creating the infrastructure to house, secure and analyze large video data sets and millions of IoT sensor files.

In addition, a list of the growing benefits of video data and data, storage requirements, and storage consolidation from "smart" devices will be exploded. Embedded sensor technology will make cities smarter, data from sensors will be integrated with video data and analyzed to help make the city community more attractive.

Collect vehicle and pedestrian traffic data more aggressively and integrate with sensor data for trains, buses and subways to reduce traffic jams. Parking can be monitored, video plus data from smart meters will reduce bottlenecks and increase customer satisfaction.

6, the rise of video surveillance as a service

As we see more intelligent cameras and more kinds of sensors integrated into the camera, we are turning to in-band analysis. The convergence of these factors laid the groundwork for video surveillance as a service. Smaller deployments will converge into this service model. Business parks can centralize monitoring services by using smart cameras with in-band analysis and other sensors that automatically handle the functions that require multiple workers and enable more proactive monitoring, bridging the prosecution model and prevention systems The gap between.

Storage technology

1, Driverless and Artificial Intelligence: Storage Will Grow Straight and Be Smart

By 2020, hundreds of millions of cars on the road will have driverless features [1], a trend toward the world of things and an advance in artificial intelligence (AI). To design unmanned vehicles, you must be able to harness the wealth of webcam and sensor data, analyze the data, and apply artificial intelligence techniques.

More data more intelligent! In the past, one of the biggest barriers to artificial intelligence was its ability to handle, but storage is increasingly becoming a limiting factor. Traditional private storage solutions do not keep up with performance requirements or retain data for the long term and use the features they need at an affordable price. As a result, more businesses are turning to dedicated storage and data solutions that address these challenges.

2, corporate video: a video worth a thousand words

Video will play a greater role in the activities and processes of an increasing number of organizations, such as strengthening teaching and prevention of medical claims in hospitals, enhancing quality control in manufacturing facilities, or analyzing buyer behavior in retail stores . Businesses can also make video play a bigger role in their training and service plans, much in the same way that video-over-wordbooks are evolving in response to consumer products.

In fact, although the text is far from outdated, the video is increasingly becoming a platform for actual communication in many areas. All of this requires better collaboration between IT and line-of-business leaders to ensure they have the storage and data management infrastructure necessary to support a video-led world as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.

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