Despite the many challenges of the past year, ONVIF and its members have hit the ground running in 2021 – continuing to offer expert opinions and bringing new ideas and solutions to the market. We recognize the hard work of all our members, but here are a few highlights from the past month:
What can you expect from video analysis? (GIT-Security)
GIT-Security spoke with Florian Matusek, product group director, video analytics at Genetec, about what role video analytics, AI, Machine Learning and Deep Learning play in video analysis.
Eagle Eye Networks
Safety in smart cities: How video surveillance keeps security front and centre (Source Security)
Rishi Lodhia, managing director, EMEA, Eagle Eye Networks, authored this byline for Source Security on smart surveillance, cloud-based technologies and open system architecture – as smart city technology continues to advance.
Motorola Solutions opens facility in Texas (Chicago Business Journal)
This news from Motorola Solutions was published online by Chicago Business Journal and details its new facility to be opened in Richardson, Texas.
Trends to watch: AI, frictionless access, people-counting (SP&T News)
Jason Ouellette, who manages ACVS Technology Business Development, Global Building Technologies & Solutions at Johnson Controls, wrote this article for SP&T News on trends to watch in 2021. This byline details specifically how AI, frictionless access and people counting technologies will drive the market.
Developing trust and delivering value (Hi-Tech Security Solutions Magazine)
Bjørn Skou Eilertsen, CTO of Milestone Systems, spoke with Andrew Seldon/Hi-Tech Security Solutions Magazine on how Milestone Systems continued to meet its development schedule and release new software updates during COVID-19 lockdown.