Iveda Introduces Patented Next-Gen AI Search Technology for Video Surveillance - Iveda - Enabling Cloud Video Surveillance

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This new offering is available to service providers such as security integrators, telecoms and alarm and monitoring companies for reselling to their customers. IvedaAI includes a powerful self-contained server with artificial intelligence (AI) software, capable of searching a combination of objects from dozens to thousands of cameras in less than one second. Video analytics have been around for many years, but adoption has been slow because of inaccuracies and high cost. IvedaAI employs 30 patents in AI, big data analytics and cloud computing. It applies a deep learning algorithm (trained, not programmed), automates processes and uses natural language.


A new vehicle search system for video surveillance networks

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A team of researchers at JD AI Research and Beijing University have recently developed a progressive vehicle search system for video surveillance networks, called PVSS. Their system, presented in a paper pre-published on arXiv, can effectively search for a specific vehicle that appeared in surveillance footage. Vehicle search systems could have many useful applications, including enabling smarter transportation and automated surveillance. Such systems could, for instance, allow users to input a query vehicle, search area and time interval to find out where the vehicle was located at different times during the day. Existing vehicle search methods typically assume that all vehicle images are cropped well from surveillance videos, using visual attributes or license plate numbers to identify the target vehicle within these images.


Best video doorbell: Nest vs. Ring vs. August and all the rest

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Your message has been sent. There was an error emailing this page. Your front door is the gateway to your home, so it needs to be well protected. Whether you're watching for trouble-makers, monitoring for parcel deliveries, waiting for friends to visit, or hiding from that weird neighbor who keeps asking to borrow your lawn mower, these dual-purpose video surveillance systems will help you keep an eye out. If your house has existing low-voltage doorbell wiring, take advantage of it for uninterrupted service.


Data leak by smart home device company Wyze exposes personal details of 2.4 million users

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A data leak by smart home device manufacturer Wyze left the personal details of 2.4 million users exposed on the internet for more than three weeks. Among the compromised information was user email addresses, WiFi network names, smart device details and the health statistics of a limited number of users. Founded by former Amazon employees, the Seattle, Washington-based firm specialises in inexpensive smart cameras, light bulbs, plugs and security devices. Wyze has now secured the database and forced users to reset their account passwords, as well as their connections with other services like Amazon's Alexa or Google assistant. A data leak by smart home device manufacturer Wyze left the personal details of 2.4 million users exposed on the internet for more than three weeks.


Ring Video Doorbell 2 review: A fun IoT device to boost your security

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The Ring Video Doorbell 2 is an Internet of Things (IoT) device that allows you to see who is at the door -- whether you're at home or not -- and talk to them via your smartphone, tablet or PC. The idea is that you can keep an eye on legitimate visitors and anyone else who might be visiting your front door. The device can stream live video to your smartphone when someone rings the bell, or when it detects motion nearby. It can also record video for you to view later, or give you a live stream if you just want to see what's happening outside your home. The doorbell is quite bulky, measuring 12.83cm by 6.35cm by 2.74cm (5.1 x 2.5 x 1.1 inches), although the battery makes up a significant chunk of that.