Video analytics software can provide invaluable service in residential settings. It can monitor multiple areas such as garages, yards, and elevator lobbies, offering homeowners peace of mind regarding the security of their homes and surroundings. This sophisticated technology can detect unusual activities, unauthorized entries, and other security breaches, sending instant alerts to homeowners. It also allows for the monitoring of babysitters and domestic helpers, ensuring the safety and well-being of family members and property.
The Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) is a global standard for the interface of IP-based physical security products. Some cameras, however, either do not support ONVIF or do not adhere strictly to its standards. This can create additional challenges in managing and integrating these cameras into a unified system.