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NEC provides disaster control system with crowd behavior analysis in Tokyo

NEC Corporation has won an order from Toshima Ward, Tokyo for a Comprehensive Disaster Control System construction project, which will incorporate one of the crowd behavior analysis technologies that utilizes security camera footage to understand the behavior of crowds and to detect abnormalities. 317 more words


Genetec Security Center integrates with Prism Skylabs for enhanced retail analytics

Genetec announced that its flagship security platform, Security Center, now supports the Prism analytics package from Prism Skylabs, to provide cloud-based, business intelligence tools for retailers. 366 more words


Samsung Techwin appoints Dan England as technology partner manager

Dan England has been appointed technology partner manager for the Security Solutions division of Samsung Techwin Europe. He will be working closely with Samsung Techwin’s Applications Partners and VMS developers to raise awareness of how Open Platform technology can provide users with significant added value from their video surveillance systems. 220 more words


IET Computer Vision - Special Issue: Video Analytics

Hi all,

This is to inform all of you of the call for papers for the Special Issue on Video Analytics in the IET Computer Vision… 347 more words

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Optimize your surveillance hardware for video analytics!

Watch this joint presentation by DNF Security and Aimetis to learn about the ways to optimize your surveillance system for video analytics.

Optimize your surveillance hardware for video analytics… 189 more words

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Axis Japan look highly in retail and business intelligence

Despite the recent economic recessions in Japan, Chris Cheung, GM, Japan, HK, and Mongolia of Axis Communications in Japan/HK/Mongolia, mentioned that the growth rate of network cameras remain strong and there’s a steady and healthy demand for continuous video monitoring. 204 more words


Tygart launches new facial analytics software

Video and photographic analytics firm Tygart has launched a new version of a cloud-based face recognition system which the firm says can better process large video and photo collections. 167 more words