Go forward to 2016. Today’s IP cameras are many years in front of their analog
predecessors. They’re not only vastly better when it comes to resolution, low light capacity,
forensic information and built-in intelligence, but additionally in the manner they’re
mounted and installed. Tools and technology like PoE, outside readiness and remote
focus adjustments have greatly simplified installation. These advancements,
in addition to IP video’s enormous scalability and open-standards design, would be the reasons
why IP-based systems have grown to be the only real consideration for enterprise-level
installations. Today, you’ll find systems using more than 10,000 network cameras
built-into just one surveillance system, as well as some using more than 100,000
cameras. This degree of scalability and seamless integration along with other systems such
as access control could simply be possible using IP technology. Now, thermal technology
has joined the world giving another dimension to IP surveillance.
One projection which has yet to achieve fruition is video intelligence, sometimes known
as analytics. The present marketplace is much smaller sized than initially predicted. The sluggish
growth up to now comes from the overall immaturity from the technology, the shortage
of video analytics vendors of relevant size, unclear patent situations, and also the poor
precision and cost felt by many finish users. You will find, however, a couple of solid
applications like people counting and license plate recognition which are becoming
Serverless Security Made Simple (Cloud Next '19)
- Dr.Z: 12:45 how is that a solution to a DoS? Now I maxed the instance to 4, and the resources are denied due to external traffic that use them. And if I don't, I'd just end up with expensive bell? Is this the Google way to solve the issue?
- Denis TRUFFAUT: Good talk on per function identity !