IP cameras are already experiencing double-digit growth. And now, surveillance systems are finding new use cases thanks to IoT connectivity, machine learning, and falling hardware costs. These include multi-function surveillance systems, body cams, and drone inspection.
To take advantage of the opportunities, the industry is moving to software-centric designs that promote application flexibility and automatic updates. As a result, maintaining a competitive software developer ecosystem is now vital.
In this white paper, IP camera and surveillance system vendors will learn:
How the shift from analog to digital components has affected the architecture and capabilities of surveillance cameras
How machine learning is enabling more intelligent surveillance systems
Why these factors are influencing software roadmaps for IP camera developers
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