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According to the firm, the future of video security is to use the hidden potential of the huge amounts of video data collected and to start using all of this data. By offering built-in video analytics as standard, the company says that it’s enabling customers to interpret this video data directly at the source, to re-assign it to help them make smarter business decisions, whether for monitoring presence to reducing utility bills, or identifying patterns in customer activity to improve sales by recognizing ‘hot spots’ in retail. On show will be a renewed video product portfolio of the IP 4000i up to the MIC IP fusion 9000i, pictured. All new products offer built-in video analytics as standard, and intelligent bitrate management techniques with H.265 to reduce bitrate by up to 80 percent it is claimed. Also featured are various software and hardware measures, such as a built-in Trusted Platform Module (TPM), to keep video data secure.
That renewed camera portfolio has fixed domes, and box and bullet cameras. The new MIC IP fusion 9000i fuses the metadata of the camera’s built-in optical and thermal imager, providing users with what the makers call full situational awareness – regardless of whether it is the optical or thermal video stream that is being watched. Metadata fusion helps users to focus on ‘invisible’ things that need attention. Both MIC IP models offer video analytics in motion. An operator is alerted, or the camera’s Intelligent Tracking feature is triggered, the moment a moving object or person is detected while the MIC IP camera is panning, tilting or zooming.