AI End-to-End Security Solutions

As AI becomes more broadly adopted across industries, it is likely to be more widely incorporated in video surveillance in the upcoming year. Edge-based AI (which filters and processes data locally on a camera) will be more ubiquitous, enabling end-to-end AI technology. Today, most security cameras send the data they collect to servers to be analyzed. However, with edge-based AI, the data is analyzed by the camera first, and subsequently sent to the server. This reduces the burden of transferring and storing large amounts of data to a server, thereby increasing efficiency, saving time, and reducing server costs typically required to analyze data.

Increase event monitoring accuracy by reducing false alarm
As the number of surveillance cameras grows along with the cities, an operator may be presented with too much information to handle, as conventional cameras equipped with motion-based detection generate too many event alarms. With operators under great strain to verify each one, there could be delays in response times. Now, AI algorithms built into Wisenet P series AI cameras are able to dramatically help improve operator efficiency
Classify Target Objects with attributes
Wisenet P series AI cameras differentiates what it sees into broad categories such as ‘Person’, ‘Face’, ‘Vehicle’ and ‘license plate’. Delving deeper, Wisenet AI algorithms are quickly and accurately able to identify the different attributes of the objects within the camera’s field of view. For example, the camera sees a person and immediately detects the color of clothing. It is also intelligent enough to distinguish whether the person is wearing glasses or holding a bag. These attributes are then saved as metadata alongside the captured footage.
BestShots for minimizing storage and bandwidth requirements
Wisenet P series AI cameras are equipped with a BestShot feature which ensures that only the most suitable images of classified objects are sent to the storage server. Each image can be up to cropped 4K quality, along with tagged attributes metadata. Users have the option to set the image resolution at 2MP for full video streaming or use the BestShot feature to minimize bandwidth and storage requirements.

With over 30 years of experience in the security industry, Compass has grown its offering to encompass a broad range of both commodity and high-end integrated solutions.