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A.I. video: The future of security

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If you’ve ever been on YouTube, there’s a good chance you’ve seen them: the grainy or out-of-focus surveillance camera videos of a crime in progress, someone slipping and falling on the ice, or a car driving where there are no roads.  

Videos like these exist because video surveillance camera systems exist. And those camera systems exist because the need for applying or installing physical security measures has increased with every passing year.

On-demand home delivery is keeping package thieves very busy.

The need for increased security is true not only in businesses and corporate headquarters, but also on our own porches and doorsteps; for instance, with the continuing rise of delivery for virtually everything imaginable, the doorbell camera has helped homeowners fight back against porch pirates and outright thieves.

A porch pirate in action, stealing a package from a residential home.
In an on-demand delivery economy (estimated to reach $435 billion in the year 2021, up from only $213 billion in 2017 with an annual growth rate of 49%), opportunities for package theft are at an all-time high.

More than being just a source of amusement or public interest, though, surveillance camera video has been at the epicenter of some of the most critical incidents, accidents, and crimes in recent memory—and, more importantly, helps protect businesses and individuals from fraud, waste, abuse, and personal injury countless times every day.

Today’s ultra high-definition video offers clear, valuable imagery and makes it possible to recognize faces in a crowd and read license plates on vehicles traveling at highway speeds (which we’ll touch on in just a moment)—far above and beyond the grainy and out-of-focus YouTube videos we talked about earlier.

Review history, and keep an eye on the present.

Just like the doorbell camera, the “prosumer” video surveillance space is opening up possibilities for those who want or need a video surveillance solution not just to simply record what happened in the past, but also to create an immediate situational awareness of what’s going on now.

A surveillance desk with phone, computer, keyboard, and several displays showing surveillance camera video.

Artificial intelligence (A.I.) opens doors of possibilities and gives users more control.

Using “A.I. (artificial intelligence) video” processing, users with the right systems can do everything from counting the number of people entering and exiting a particular area, to reading license plates and engaging facial recognition.

A.I. video users can even allow or prevent access based on either license plate or facial recognition.

Warner Family Brands provides access-control solutions that give the user the ability to utilize A.I. video to control access to rooms, closets, garages, gates, and other spaces—either in one location or in locations across the globe.

Whether it’s for a simple ice cream shop, a residential home, a large factory, or a multinational conglomerate, we're ready to provide you with a custom solution that will add value and insight to your organization the moment it’s powered on and for years to come.

Contact our experts for a quote or more information on a custom solution utilizing some of the highest-value A.I. video surveillance equipment on the market today.

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