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Intelligent Video Analytics: Easy, Cost-Effective: Brief

Adding Intelligent Video Capabilities—Easily and Cost-Effectively
ObjectVideo* enables manufacturers to integrate analytics on Intel® architecture-based solutions without hardware redesign

A part of everyday life, video surveillance cameras are keeping a watchful eye over key assets and public areas in transportation, education, retail, banking, and many other vertical markets. Now, it’s relatively easy to derive greater value from new and existing surveillance investments by incorporating video analytics software that turns video data into structured and useful information. This information enhances security and business intelligence capabilities, such as detecting perimeter breaches in real-time, identifying department store shopping patterns, triggering alerts on potentially suspicious activities, and counting patrons in a casino to provide the best possible customer service.

Plug and Play Analytics

Like never before, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) can straightforwardly differentiate their products. For instance, surveillance systems can now count the number of customers entering a business. This is possible when system integrators and OEMs integrate open platform analytics from ObjectVideo* and Intel, two industry-leading providers of video analytics and computing technologies. ObjectVideo analytics can run on new and existing Intel® architecture-based systems without requiring hardware redesigns or firmware updates: essentially plug and play. As a result, OEMs can quickly develop pinpoint products targeting new market segments or up-sell existing customers by offering new intelligently-enabled products and value-added upgrades.

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