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Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques
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The presentation will help understanding how to leverage the latest HD video, analytics and intelligent applications for a range of security related requirements today, for a clear and cost-effective …

The presentation will help understanding how to leverage the latest HD video, analytics and intelligent applications for a range of security related requirements today, for a clear and cost-effective migration path to all-IP video networking when the time is right.

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  • 1. March Networks Protecting past investment by embracing the latest techniques Ian Dickinson – Professional Services Manager EMEA
  • 2. March Networks - The Company • A leading developer of intelligent IP video and business analysis systems • Committed supplier to Financial, Retail, Commercial/Industrial and Transportation • Over $100M CAD in annual revenue customers. More than one million channels of video deployed in more than 50 • Over 250 employees worldwide, with offices in countries Dubai, Italy, US, Mexico and Sydney 2
  • 3. Things you Should Consider on Migration to IP 1- Cost of IP technology deployment 5- Real world 2- IP technology as deployment of hi-res part of the system cameras 3- Scalability, 4- Quality through robustness, ease of resolution use 3
  • 4. 1- Cost of IP technology deployment The cost in terms of video quality Past – Present – Future • The great disadvantage of first generation IP cameras, namely the lack of quality, has been completely removed for some time • The growth rate of IP cameras is exponential. The quality of entry level IP cameras is already far superior to that of analogue 4
  • 5. 1- Cost of IP technology deployment The cost in terms of system update • There are requirements to fulfil: • Bandwidth & Gigabit infrastructure • The security of the company IT network becomes a central issue • It is advisable to have a dedicated video surveillance network • Analogue visualisation systems are not compatible with the new technologies •5
  • 6. 1- Cost of IP technology deployment Cost of IP devices: a disadvantage? • Small systems are still expensive • IP technology provides cost effective solutions to systems based on 16 cameras or above • Structured cabling guarentees huge money savings 6 7
  • 7. 2- IP technology as part of the 2 – IP Technology as Part of the System system 7
  • 8. 2- IP technology as part of the 2 – IP Technology as Part of the System system Universal recorder: • Analogue cameras • IP cameras 8
  • 9. 2- IP technology as part of the 2 – IP Technology as Part of the System system 9
  • 10. 2- IP technology as part of the 2 – IP Technology as Part of the System system Through encoders: • Recovery of existing analogue cameras 10
  • 11. 2- IP technology as part of the 2 – IP Technology as Part of the System system 11
  • 12. 2- IP technology as part of the 2 – IP Technology as Part of the System system IP cameras: • Installation of new devices • Remote control and visualisation 12
  • 13. 3 - Scalability, robustness, ease of use Distribution of processing load The edge devices are in charge of • Digitalization • Compression • Analysis 13 18
  • 14. 3 - Scalability, robustness, ease of use Scalability • IP systems are smarter, easier to install and maintain, scalable and flexible • IP systems allow the installer to decentralize the system by deploying edge devices • The number of IP cameras deployed does not affect the overall system complexity 14 17
  • 15. 3 - Scalability, robustness, ease of use Robustness • Edge devices reduce the risks to the video surveillance system • The distributed architecture avoids the risk connected with a single point of failure • IP Redundancy is easier to achieve • No need for expensive centralised servers (compression and analytics run on edge devices, the recorder can focus on storage) 15 19
  • 16. 4 – Quality Through Resolution 1.Resolution means information 2.Post event reconstruction is greatly enhanced by higher resolutions 3.High resolution video is made available by today’s compression techniques 16
  • 17. HD Resolution VS Standard Resolution 17
  • 18. HD Resolution VS Standard Resolution Active pixels Up to 2,073,600 A max of 414,720 HD D1 18
  • 19. HD VS Standard - Field of View PAL - NTSC Standard 4:3 HD Standard 16:9 19
  • 20. 5- Real world deployment of hi-res cameras Bandwidth and storage requirements make the use of standard Megapixel cameras not feasible or extremely expensive HUGE WASTE OF BANDWIDTH STORAGE SPACE
  • 21. 5- Real world deployment of hi-res cameras MPEG4/H.264 algorithms on hi-res video provide huge savings in bandwidth and storage requirements LOW OPTIMIZATION BANDWIDTH OF STORAGE SPACE
  • 22. Driving factors for changing • Market growth for traditional and IP markets (in • Analog - Digital market share (in %) %) Source: World CCTV & Video Surveillance Equipment Markets, IMS 2009 22
  • 23. Migrate at your pace
  • 24. VMS Solutions (software) • Up to large quantities of video inputs. Scalable model. • Multiple compression management (H264, Mpeg4, JPEG, M-JPEG) • Support for generic 3rd party IP devices compliant with RTP/RTSP and MPEG4/H.264 • Support for a complete list of 3rd party IP cameras, PTZ domes and encoders • Support for VS Analytics performed on camera side 24
  • 25. Integration and Support for Open Standards • Ongoing integration with the major players of the security industry 25
  • 26. Integration and Support for Open Standards • Strong commitment in the industry new IP video standards 26
  • 27. Integration and Support for Open Standards • Strong commitment in the industry new IP video standards 27
  • 28. Video IP Encoders VD EDGE 4 BLADE VD EDGE 1 VD EDGE 4 28
  • 29. VideoSphere EDGE • Family of Encoders - Integrate analog camera feeds into IP video infrastructure - 1 and 4 channel (blade and stand-alone) units - Locate near cameras or in back room • Feature-rich - MPEG-4 and H.264 compression results in less transmission/storage impact - 1, 4 channel units are Advanced Analytics- Ready - Alarms, relays, two-way audio, RS-485 support, SD memory slot 29
  • 30. IP Cameras VIDEOSPHERE CAMPX VIDEOSPHERE PTZ CAMERA VIDEOSPHERE CAMPX DOME VIDEOSPHERE MEGAPX HD 30
  • 31. Hybrid Recorders 4000 SERIES 5000 SERIES VIDEOSPHERE NVR MINI SPECTIVA SERIES 31
  • 32. Virtual Matrix •Send maps, webs and layouts •Sequences and tours •View live/recorded video linked to site map •Send video to any location based on event actions. •Switch any IP input to any display output 32
  • 33. Video Content Analysis Applications • Available on NVRs, encoders and IP cameras • Neural Motion Detection • Overtake Detection • Object Tracking System • Wrong way Detection • Object Counting • Panic Detection • Crowd Detection • Permanency Analysis • Speed Limit • Wire Cross • Face Detection • Loitering • PTZ Auto Tracking 33 18
  • 34. Thanks!

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