Video Analytics – the Next Advance in Secure Access Control

Video Analytics – the Next Advance in Secure Access Control

November 20, 2019, 10:15 AM - 11:00 AM

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Since the introduction of video as a resource for monitoring public spaces, the volume of available video data has escalated dramatically, with multiple sources such as CCTV networks, smartphones, and social media. Today, private and public security professionals face a daunting workload that has outpaced their ability to quickly review and respond to persons or objects of interest detected by live video monitoring. While enormously valuable information can be found in videos, the volume of data makes extraction of this information time-consuming and labor intensive. Video analytics is a technology that harnesses the power of high-speed computing to sort through massive amounts of video content in hours, rather than weeks, and identify faces, objects, license plates, and even movement, based on the parameters applied by system operators.

Learning Outcomes:
1. Understand how video analytics works and be able to distinguish its purpose and functionality from simple video monitoring.
2. Identify parallels between the use cases presented and the security needs of their own agency or business.
3. Articulate how a VA system would fit into their agency/business and understand the elements they should target during review for maximum benefit.


  • Gary Jones


    Vice President of Global Channel and Marketing


    Gary Jones is IDEMIA’s Vice President of Global Channel and Marketing. He has specialized in the integration of the IDEMIA (formerly Morpho)...

  • Andy Farmer



    r 30 years within the security industry. He has served in a variety of leadership roles within the industry for both security integration firms as...

  • Tony Foglia



    AI Biometric Investments LLC

    Andy has oveTony Foglia is an independent Security Consultant after spending 31+ years with Honeywell, Motorola Computer Systems & L3/Harris...


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