In this SDM magazine article, Dean Drako, CEO and founder of Eagle Eye Networks, talks about how integrators profit from cloud video surveillance and add-on services, ” “Cloud is fundamentally an RMR model, generating significant revenue from the customer each year or month … If it’s in the cloud and not on premise, you’re running it, charging a fee, and making more money.”
Only a few years ago, the promise of video analytics seemed like more sizzle than steak. Interpretation based on pixel motion and algorithms created false alarms, and the unreliability turned off customers. But over the past two years, advances in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, deep learning, and edge-based IP cameras have made it more accurate than ever before.
Besides traditional security applications, businesses are turning to video data for intelligence purposes, using predictive analytics, patterns and behaviors, which makes video surveillance and video-verified intrusion detection systems more intelligent and capable of more advanced decisions.
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By Laura Mazzuca Toops
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