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Impacting Businesses Positively: Smart Video

(Attributed to Khalid Wani, Senior Director – Sales, India, Western Digital)

The world’s reliance on intelligent video is increasing. As per a recent industry report 1, the video surveillance market is projected to grow from USD 48.7 billion in 2022 to USD 76.4 billion by 2027.

From crime prevention to traffic management, smart video has become a key component in our daily lives.

A well-executed innovative video or CCTV system in business premises may provide many benefits in addition to security coverage.

Here are some of the reasons to update or install CCTV systems.

Elementary, My Dear

  • CCTV or smart video can be a highly effective security solution that works both as a deterrent and as evidence in solving a crime.
  • Equipped with artificial intelligence (AI) today, intelligent video cameras can even identify and detect irregular behavior which the human eye might ignore.
  • This can help in avoiding the occurrence of a dangerous activity. Moreover, it is almost impossible for the human eye to cover large areas, which can be very effectively done through cameras. As a result, it can potentially offer better security.

Better Employee Safety

  • The last couple of years has given rise to new use cases, such as thermal monitoring, crowd counting, personal protective equipment (PPE) detection, and air quality monitoring.
  • Cameras that can detect social distancing and heat detection are being installed.
  • Moreover, as employees look at hybrid work models, organizations must provide a safe work environment. As a result, organizations are investing in environmental sensors to measure air quality, including carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in the workplace.

Trend Spotting

  • Shop or retail layouts can be made more effective and attractive for customers by analyzing the video footage of the retail or shop floor.
  • The in-store activities can help identify trends. For example, by developing heat maps, a retailer can determine the number of people visiting or time spent in a particular aisle or at a product display rack.
  • This can help the store management make more informed decisions on a store or retail layout, which can help them become more profitable.

But it all Depends on Data

  • Irrespective of a setup style, CCTV and smart video cameras generate a huge amount of data.
  • This is because the video quality is improving, and cameras are more feature rich.
  • The effectiveness of CCTV is entirely dependent on the data it collects.
  • Therefore, deploying a CCTV or innovative video system is pointless if the video recording is limited due to insufficient storage.

On https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/video-surveillance-market-645.html

Different Storage for Different Needs
  • Different kinds of storage types are needed depending on the varied requirements.
  • On-camera storage must be high-performance to analyze data in real time, and it should be able to withstand extreme weather conditions.
  • The use of microSD™ cards for onboard camera storage is increasing, both as primary storage and for backing up cloud-based systems. The microSD cards are often placed
  • in hard-to-reach areas, making them less accessible for service.
  • Therefore, these should offer longevity and reliability. Today, up to 1TB microSD cards are available, such as the WD Purple® microSD card, engineered specifically for surveillance.
  • Additionally, as many of these intelligent video systems operate 24/7, all year round, storage technology should be able to keep up with that.
  • CCTVs need a surveillance drive designed to focus mainly on writing data. General desktop HDDs are typically not tested for high write workloads,
  • such as supporting multiple video streams of surveillance HDDs.
  • For example, the Western Digital WD Purple portfolio is built from the ground up for video surveillance.
  • On https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/video-surveillance-market-645.html One terabyte (TB) is equal to one trillion bytes.
  • Actual user capacity may be less due to the operating environment. 
  • Impacting Businesses Positively: Smart Video (Attributed to Khalid Wani, Senior Director – Sales, India, Western Digital)
  • The world’s reliance on intelligent video is increasing. As per a recent industry report 1, the video surveillance market is projected to grow from USD 48.7 billion in 2022 to USD 76.4 billion by 2027.
  • From crime prevention to traffic management, smart video has become a key component in our daily lives.
  • A well-executed innovative video or CCTV system in business premises may provide many benefits in addition to security coverage.
  • Here are some of the reasons to update or install CCTV systems.
Elementary, My Dear
  • CCTV or smart video can be a highly effective security solution that works both as a deterrent
  • and as evidence in solving a crime. Equipped with artificial intelligence (AI) today, intelligent video
  • cameras can even identify and detect irregular behavior which the human eye might ignore. This can help in avoiding the occurrence of a dangerous activity. Moreover, it is almost
  • impossible for the human eye to cover large areas, which can be very effectively done through
  • cameras. As a result, it can potentially offer better security.
Better Employee Safety
  • The last couple of years has given rise to new use cases, such as thermal monitoring, crowd
  • counting, personal protective equipment (PPE) detection, and air quality monitoring. Cameras that
  • can detect social distancing and heat detection are being installed. Moreover, as employees look at
  • hybrid work models, organizations must provide a safe work environment.
  • As a result, organizations are investing in environmental sensors to measure air quality, including carbon dioxide
  • (CO2) levels in the workplace.
Trend Spotting
  • Shop or retail layouts can be made more effective and attractive for customers by analyzing the video footage of the retail or shop floor.
  • The in-store activities can help identify trends. For example, by developing heat maps, a retailer can determine the number of people visiting or time spent in a particular aisle or at a product display rack.
  • This can help the store management make more informed decisions on a store or retail layout, which can help them become more profitable.
But it all Depends on Data
  • Irrespective of a setup style, CCTV and smart video cameras generate a huge amount of data. This is because the video quality is improving, and cameras are more feature rich.
  • The effectiveness of CCTV is entirely dependent on the data it collects.
  • Therefore, deploying a CCTV or innovative video system is pointless if the video recording is limited due to insufficient storage.
  • On https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/video-surveillance-market-645.html
Different Storage for Different Needs
  • Different kinds of storage types are needed depending on the varied requirements.
  • On-camera storage must be high-performance to analyze data in real time, and it should be able to withstand extreme weather conditions.
  • The use of microSD™ cards for onboard camera storage is increasing, both as primary storage and for backing up cloud-based systems.
  • The microSD cards are often placed in hard-to-reach areas, making them less accessible for service.
  • Therefore, these should offer longevity and reliability. Today, up to 1TB microSD cards are available, such as the WD Purple®
  • microSD card, engineered specifically for surveillance.
  • Additionally, as many of these intelligent video systems operate 24/7, all year round, storage technology
  • should be able to keep up with that. CCTVs need a surveillance drive designed to focus mainly on writing data.
  • General desktop HDDs are typically not tested for high write workloads, such as supporting multiple video streams of surveillance HDDs. For example, the Western Digital WD Purple portfolio is built from the ground up for video surveillance.
  • On https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/video-surveillance-market-645.html
  • One terabyte (TB) is equal to one trillion bytes. Actual user capacity may be less due to the operating environment. 
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