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Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
Axis   The Future Of Ip Video
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  • One example of multi image nose reduction is “dark frame subtraction”. The dark frame can either be stored in a frame buffer or be taken at need.
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    • 1. The Future of IP Video Technology Trends
    • 2. 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017 200 2019 Technology Trends Chip size reduction/functionality increase 250 times mpre functionaliry19 50 times more performance within ten year
    • 3. Technology Trends - Processors
      • Drivers
      • Much more processig power
      • Memory cost down continous
      • Rapid sensor development
        • Much bigger variety
      • Resulting in
      • Better image quality.
      • HD & Megapixel cameras at full framerate in all segments.
      • Much more built-in processing for video analytics.
    • 4. Technology Trends - Processors
      • High powered processors (5X)
      • Superior image quality
      • Noise reduction
      • WDR
      • HDTV
      • H.264 compression
      • High resolution 1080p@30 FPS
      • Low power consumption
      • Multiple streams
    • 5. Technology Trends - Processors
      • Noise reduction in image pipe
      • Image noise limits performance today
      • More processing performance enables noise reduction allowing better images
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    • 6. Technology Trends - Processors Noise reduction
    • 7. Technology Trends - Processors
      • Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
    • 8.
      • Wide Dynamic Range
      • By using different sensor adjustment/exposure time for different parts of the image, the Dynamic Range can be extended
      Technology Trends - Processors With WDR Without WDR
    • 9. Technology Trends – Image Sensor Time Motion blur Low light & noise performance General CMOS taking over more and more Mobile phone industry drives small pixel development, used in improved IP camera sensors Higher resolution at same cost new color filters back-side illumination improved CMOS tech cross-talk reduction WDR technologies Shutter in CMOS Higher frame rates micro lenses Image sensor evolution/revolution
    • 10. Technology Trends – Image Sensor
      • HDTV IP Cameras
      • Casinos
      • Security checkpoints
      • Traffic surveillance
      • Entrance camera in retail stores
      • License plate recognition
    • 11. Technology Trends – Image Sensor
      • HDTV network camera meeting the SMPTE HDTV standard
      • Guarantee for high-quality images
      • The HDTV label guarantees:
        • Better color representation
        • Guaranteed resolution
        • Full frame rate
        • Wide screen format
      • 5x higher resolution than a standard TV
    • 12. Technology Trends – Image Sensor
      • HDTV standards as defined by the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE):
        • SMPTE 296M (720p) – Broadcasting of HDTV
          • Resolution:1280x720 in 16:9 format
          • Full frame rate 30 and/or 60 fps
          • Wider color spectrum than standard TV
        • SMPTE 274M (1080p/i) – Blu-ray and computer graphics
          • Resolution: 1920x1080 in 16:9 format
          • Full frame rate 30 and/or 60 fps
          • Wider color spectrum than standard TV
    • 13. Technology Trends – Image Sensor Old New
      • Image Sensor Performance
      • Each new sensor generation improves performance.
      • Today’s sensor generation only needs half the light compared to previous generation to give the same image
    • 14. Technology Trends – Image Sensor
      • Increased Megapixel performance
      • Single camera covering an area that four cameras would normally cover
      • 30 FPS @ 2 Megapixel (1600 x 1200)
    • 15. Technology Trends – Image Sensor
      • Virtual Cameras
      • One camera covering a large area at high resolution
      • One camera substitutes many cameras ”virtual cameras”
      2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2 MP at 30fps 1 MP at 30fps 4 MP at 30fps 6 MP at 30fps 10 MP at 30fps Image capturing
    • 16. Technology Trends - Analytics
      • Video Analytics
      • Higher performance in cameras will make it possible to place advanced applications at the edge (embedded in the camera)
        • Truly scalable
        • One analytics engine per camera
        • Analytics close to where images are captured
      • More additional/supporting input
        • Audio
        • Wind/temperature, etc.
    • 17. Technology Trends - Analytics People Counting Motion Detection Who’s who?
    • 18. Technology Trends - Analytics
      • Intelligent video at the edge
        • Certification that modules to not affect advertised specifications
        • Edge analytics
      Axis Video Analytics Platform Axis Video Analytics Module AXIS Camera Station or Axis ADP Partner application Edge device Central system application Integration Axis ADP Partner Video Analytics Module
    • 19. Technology Trends - Analytics
      • Intelligent Video
      • Available 24/7/365
        • Relieves burden from operators
        • Minimizes human errors
      • Creates new business possibilities
        • Store optimization in retail, cue management in transportation, etc.
      • Enables users to be proactive
        • Preventing crime rather than reacting after the fact
      • Lowers the total cost
        • More efficient use of staff
        • Reduced network load and storage needs
        • Faster return-on-investment
    • 20. Technology Trends - Compression
      • H.264 Compression
      • H.264 (MPEG-4 Part 10)
        • H.264 replaces MPEG-4 Part 2
      • Global video standard shared across all industries
        • Business
        • Video surveillance, telecommunications, broadcasting...
        • Consumer
          • HD-DVD/Blu-ray, iPod, QuickTime, Flash, YouTube, XBox, PlayStation 3 , mobile phones, video cameras...
      • Common video compression platform that is future-proof
    • 21. H.264 compression (example savings) 80% 50% Technology Trends - Compression AXIS CONFIDENTIAL Motion JPEG Bandwidth & storage consumption MPEG-4 Part 2 Bandwidth & storage consu mption H.264 Bandwidth & storage consumption
    • 22. Technology Trends - Compression
      • Benefits from H.264
      • Reduce costs for storage and bandwidth
        • W ithout compromising frame rate
        • Without compromising image resolution
      • OR increase frame rate
        • With maintained cost for bandwidth and storage
        • Without compromising image resolution
      • OR increase image resolution
        • With maintained cost for bandwidth and storage
        • W ithout compromising frame rate
      H.264 Storage & Bandwidth Frame rate Resolution
    • 23. Technology Trends - Storage
      • Storage
      • Flash memories cost will continue to rapidly decrease
      • Amount of data from cameras will grow faster than ”central” storage capacity
      • Storage benifits of H.264 will be implemented accross all major manufacturers
      • More intelligent/flexible storage solutions appear
        • Local storage, in the camera
        • Different resolution dependent on action and importance in image
        • Generic/standardized storage interfaces
    • 24. Technology Trends - ONVIF
      • ONVIF ( Open Network Video Interface Forum)
      • A standardized interface supports the shift from analog to digital video surveillance in the security market
      • As the world leader in network video, it is natural to take a leading part in the standardization work
      • 40 member companies
        • Full member list and further information: www.onvif.org
    • 25. Technology Trends – Misc.
        • More trends:
        • PoE for indoor/outdoor cameras
        • PoE for outdoor PTZ cameras
        • Wide temperature range
          • -40 degrees F to 133 degrees F
        • Remote zoom and focus for fixed cameras
        • Small form factor
        • High capacity onboard storage
        • Open sensors (temperature, wind, audio, etc.)
    • 26. Questions & Answers Thank you!

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