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In the present-day context, security has emerged as a matter of utmost significance, particularly for individuals and businesses striving to safeguard their assets and people. While conventional video surveillance systems have long been relied upon, they come with inherent limitations.
Traditional video surveillance systems require infrastructures including expensive servers with capabilities to process images and store video recordings. These surveillance systems produce and need to store a huge amount of data and to execute on them specific image analysis in real-time in order to detect safety events. We propose a video surveillance system based on P2P that collects multimedia streams generated by surveillance cameras, optimizes their transmissions with Scalable Video Coding (SVC) according to network condition and stores them in a cloud storage system in an efficient and secure way.

Security Recording Software

For object identification, your model will recognize a specific instance of an object - for example, parsing two faces in an image and tagging.
A remote video recorder is a device or software application used to capture and store video footage from remote cameras or video sources. This recorder allows users to access and manage recorded video remotely. It is valuable for surveillance, security, and evidence collection, ensuring that video evidence is preserved and accessible from remote locations.
SmartVision offers a free solution for video surveillance, allowing recording from IP cameras and creating a local video archive, detecting objects, recognizing faces, and recording time lapses. It provides a comprehensive approach to resolving the issues associated with cloud IP cameras and their software. In its premium version, it enables interaction with the cloud service Video Surveillance Cloud, offering a well-rounded experience for users seeking advanced security solutions.

Surveillance System Software

Designing proprietary libraries and players to display videos from a vast array of IP cameras is labor-intensive. The result is that many systems carry with them all the disadvantages and problems of decades of open-source solution development.
One notable issue is that the FFmpeg development for 32-bit systems has been discontinued for a while. Many users still want to repurpose older computers, which are adequate for video recording and intelligent detection. As a result, there are many outdated systems on the market, the core of which was developed 10-15 years ago. Their interfaces often look like theyre straight out of the 90s. New systems target 64-bit architectures and newer, more expensive hardware, often still remaining unstable over long operations.
The very nature of video surveillance demands that the system operate seamlessly 24/7. Due to systemic bugs, like memory leaks and other errors, a camera might simply stop functioning in the software after a while. According to our customer survey, system stability and high-load performance remain the primary concerns for users.
Our company has been continuously striving to develop a stable system for working with IP cameras and processing video streams. The challenge is to create a universal solution that isnt tied to a specific IP camera manufacturer.
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