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Top Seven Physical Security Trends for 2009 and Beyond

The overarching change in physical security is a shift from analog to IP systems and networks. This movement has major implications for equipment purchases, processes, staffing, and training. In the article are seven of the most significant trends in IP-based physical security and how they help you prepare for, protect, detect, assess, and respond to threats.

VIDEO ANALYTICS SOFTWARE CONTINUES TO MATURE

 

Video analytics software can be hosted centrally on dedicated servers or in individual cameras. It offloads human operators by tirelessly counting people, identifying unattended packages, recognizing license plates, detecting motion, and more. After identifying an event of interest, the software can automatically alert a human operator, and perhaps send the video clip along with the alert.

BUILDING CONTROLS GO IP

Access control (Photo by Cisco)

 

 

OPEN STANDARDS COME OF AGE

 

THE DEMISE OF STANDALONE SYSTEMS

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