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US Video Monitoring market report

Research And Markets : 05 November, 2008  (New Product)
Visual image management for both video monitoring and access control applications is examined in the Changing Face of US Video Monitoring, a report from Research and Markets
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the 'The Changing Face of US Video Monitoring' report to their offering.

Traditionally, video monitoring has its roots in security services, primarily for the purposes of surveillance. The fundamental ability of this technology to provide a continuously updated, real-time visual image of a targeted area, coupled with recording capabilities, has made it a dominant tool in the security sector. But the face of video monitoring is changing. The same capabilities of video monitoring that have proved so valuable to the security sector are also proving to be valuable when applied to a larger range of business processes. Although security remains the dominant application, this technology is also being applied to a wide variety of other business processes within organizations. In order to gain additional insight into this expansion, the author conducted a survey of 300 users involved in video monitoring, and the results and analysis of this survey is the subject of this report.

This report provides insight into:.

- Types of video-monitoring applications currently deployed.
- Average number of sites being monitored.
- Utilization of 2-way audio.
- Utilization of face recognition for access control.
- Integration of environmental sensor applications with video-monitoring systems.
- Types of video-monitoring applications planned for deployment looking forward.
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