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Digital Surveillance: Intel® DSS Enhances Video Security Solutions

Intel® embedded platforms allow equipment manufacturers and system integrators to deliver increasingly sophisticated digital surveillance solutions.

Intelligent Digital Video Recorder: Reference Design

Digital video recorder reference design details include performance overview, interactive block diagram, and high-end and mid-range specifications.

Intelligent Video Encoders: Reference Design

Intelligent video detectors and encoders reference design details include performance overview, block diagram, and specifications.

Breakthrough Capabilities for Video Surveillance and Monitoring

Milestone Leverages Intel® Processors to Create Breakthrough Capabilities for Video Surveillance and Monitoring. (v.1, Jan. 2016)

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Video Analytics at the Edge: Solution Brief

Video analytics at the edge minimizes video processing in the back end, which simplifies balancing from the edge to the data center. (v.1, Feb. 2016)

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Making a Better World with IoT Video Solutions

See how Internet of Things (IoT) video and vision systems make a better world with smart technology that turns the ordinary into the extraordinary.

Reliable, Low-Power, and Secure Intelligent Systems

Solution Brief: The Intel® Atom™ processor E3800 product family for SoC entry-level intelligent systems offers reliability, security. (v.1, Nov. 2013)

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Intel® Active Management Technology and Security Surveillance

Watch how Intel® Active Management Technology monitors, manages, repairs, and protects digital security surveillance networks. (v.10, Jun. 2012)

Intel® AMT: Remote Manageability for DSS

White Paper: Intel® Active Management Technology remote manageability reduces digital security surveillance network costs. (v.1, Jun. 2012)

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Digital Security Surveillance: Left Object Detection

Demonstrates the security capabilities of surveillance digital video recorders by detecting a left (abandoned) object. (v.1, Dec. 2008)