Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Video Surveillance

A proliferation of cameras has resulted in an overwhelming amount of video available to security operators, analysts and investigators. Technology that used to be prohibitively priced, is now cheap and readily accessible. 


According to a recent analysis by Cisco Systems, internet traffic related to video surveillance is expected to grow sevenfold between 2016 and 2021 as cameras move towards IP Video. More video equals greater potential to monitor for risks, find clues or events that will help solve a case or respond to incidents quicker — but the curse? Someone has to monitor or, in a post-event situation, review all that video.


What's inside:

  • A brief overview of the history of Artificial Intelligence, what it is, and how it works
  • A look at the explosion of video data, and what we can expect
  • How AI can solve the main issues of video surveillance
  • Where AI is headed as it relates to video, and how to harness its power


Download your guide today.

Get Your Guide!

Almost There!

Sponsored by Vintra:

Vintra makes industry-leading AI-powered video analytics solutions that transform any real-world video into actionable, tailored and trusted intelligence, enabling our customers to build the safest and most productive organizations in the world. Vintra's whole-building security, safety, and operational intelligence solution, FulcrumAI, empowers stakeholders to automate critical operations by augmenting human resources with AI-powered solutions. Learn more at‚Äč.