Top 4 Factors to Consider When Deploying Video Analytics

by Peter Lorenz IntellQ Visual Intelligence Solutions

When deploying advanced video analytics systems for your business you should consider its adaptability, ease of installation and operation, how the software will be deployed, and the overall cost of the software solution.


Today more organizations are now adopting more sophisticated and bigger surveillance systems than ever before. As a result, there is a growing demand for effective tools that can monitor the footage. Businesses can enhance their situational awareness using intelligent visual surveillance systems. With this holistic approach businesses can protect the security and safety of assets and people that they are charged to safeguard. Here are a few factors to keep in mind when deploying video analytics.



The video analytics system that you choose should expand and adapt based on the changing security needs and support addition of technologies in the future. The best intelligent visual surveillance systems should incorporate easily into the open-architecture Internet protocol (IP) network and work with both IP and analog cameras as required. The best system will also accommodate addition of more cameras to the network.


Ease of Installation and Operation

The installation of video analytics should always be a standard IT installation that just requires a few mouse clicks to set up and configure. This will make it easy for companies to train new employees or operators to use the system. In addition, the operators should also replay events and even share video files with other departments and law enforcement agencies with ease. Your business will benefit immensely from a motion detection software system that is easy to install and operate.


How The Software will be deployed

Before implementing intelligent video analytics solutions, you should consider how the technology will be used. Most advanced intelligent visual surveillance systems can be customized to ensure every camera is suited for multiple detectable behaviors and scenarios. This enables security personnel to specify the most relevant scenarios and behaviors they wish to see for every camera based on the time of day, holidays, and even weekends.



Most users tend to limit analytics to just a few cameras in the system because of the overall cost of implementing the system. This may seem like a perfect approach when it comes to a sticking to a budget, however, it can affect your security and safety levels. When you purchase more efficient analytics software with regards to processing capability, you will reduce the total cost of analytics per camera over time as the systems expands to satisfy changing requirements.


When implemented the right manner the first time, video analytics technology can provide immense benefits for businesses. There are endless possibilities for successful risk management, crime interdiction, or enhanced operational effectiveness. Keep these factors in mind whenever you want to implement face detection software solution and video surveillance systems in your company. 

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