Sports stadiums face some of the most challenging security obstacles in the business. Because they are designed to seat tens of thousands of guests at a time, designing a video system with enough cameras to monitor every area can be daunting.
For companies in the security industry and other global distributors, many of whom depend on supply chains to deliver materials to customers around the world, backorders and lack of resource availability have stymied product inventory.
In today’s information age, efficiency is driven by data. We see this with the rise of Smart Cities leveraging video security cameras and other sensors to improve sectors like public safety.
Video surveillance cameras are among the primary devices aggregating data and delivering key insights for Smart City functions, such as detecting car accidents at major intersections, hazards on the road, and suspicious packages on campus.
Hybrid cloud infrastructures are quickly becoming the preferred cloud strategy in the video surveillance industry as the need for highly scalable and secure solutions that can accommodate the explosive growth in video data becomes increasingly important.
To better understand the state of the market today, we sat down with MERAT Regional Sales Manager Rami Fakhreddine who oversees Video Surveillance, IoT, and Computer Vision throughout Qatar and the Gulf States.
Today, one of the most effective ways of processing and storing data is through a hybrid cloud model. Hybrid cloud utilizes robust servers for immediate data processing and video analytics at the edge and migrates data to the cloud for deep learning and archiving....
Over the past 20 years, we’ve watched cities transform from disparate, analog microsystems to globalized networks of sensors, or Internets of Things (IoT), wherein information is generated and integrated to improve infrastructure, efficiency, convenience, and quality...