Winter 2019 Newsletter
The word is out, and the top 2020 video surveillance industry trend is… 
According to IPVM, the world’s leading information source for security professionals, it’s Artificial Intelligence (AI)/video analytics. IPVM takes a poll of security system integrators each year and over half the respondents chose video analytics as the number one trend.There is no real surprise here as video analytics has been the top choice the past few years.

What are video analytics?

Motion detection and recording on motion is an analytic that has been in use for a few years, and one that people are most familiar with. On the immediate horizon are features like facial recognition, tracking people by their clothing worn, slip & fall, crowd gathering & object removal, and more. Also, cameras can be used for license plate recognition (LPR). LPR is now in use in many parking applications, where letters and numbers on a license tag can be read while the vehicle is stopped or moving and can also be used as a credential for entering the property, similar to an access badge or an RFID reader.

Video analytic capabilities come with some models of cameras sold, installed on a network video recorder, or in 3 rd party software applications. The value proposition is that the analytics can be set to proactively alert someone to a programmed event and allow for immediate viewing/recording of this event. Having employees sit viewing multiple banks of monitors, looking for someone/something suspicious may soon be long past!

Governments are using package left behind analytics at train stations and airports now, and soon your business might use this kind of smart analytics to alert you when a package has been removed or stolen from a designated inventory area.

Click the button below to watch a short video on camera analytics.
Customer Spotlight
MRO, Hurst Texas
MRO is dedicated to making a difference in the healthcare industry. They provide Health Information Management (HIM) and technology systems to standardize and safeguard the handling of confidential patient-identifiable information, and drive system-wide security and compliance. MRO is based in Pennsylvania and has facilities in North Carolina and Texas.

i2 Security has been providing security systems and solutions at MRO for over 7 years and recently, we partnered with Knight Security Services in Texas to provide Lenel’s OnGuard access control, intrusion detection and video surveillance systems at MRO's Hurst, Texas facility.   
Seasonal Service Issue for Owners of Swing, Slide or Barrier Gates

Photo Eyes/In Ground Loops 
With our first snowfall of the season now past and the temperature dropping, it's not too late to check your photo eye units and in-pavement detection loops.

Over time, the effects of rain and temperatures can cause the sealer used for detection loops to crack and flake away from the saw cut in your driveway. A thorough visual inspection can help identify cracks and/or missing sealer. The best time for repairs is after the driveway has been dry for a few days. Use a compressor or leaf blower to clear out any loose debris, then reseal the loop using the unique two-part epoxy made especially for traffic loops. This easy repair work can save you hundreds of dollars. As always, you can call i2 Security Solutions to perform the work for you. 
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