“The IP based Video Surveillance market will grow rapidly with a CAGR of 24.2% by 2019 as the analog to digital conversion continues.”
TAKE COMPLEXITY & COST OUT OF VIDEO DATA MANAGEMENT
CONTROL, SCALABILITY AND COST SAVINGS
The increasing implementation of surveillance systems worldwide, along with expanded usage of IP-cameras, higher quality video, and the move from analog to digital is prompting organizations to place more emphasis on video surveillance storage solutions and services to accommodate the explosion in surveillance data.
According to Seagate, most organizations are using more than 200 cameras collecting video surveillance data, and a large percentage of those are recording non-stop, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
With such an increase in the number of cameras and the resulting explosion of raw video footage, organizations are feeling the pressure to find new ways to efficiently store and manage data assets while finding innovative ways to leverage them to improve everyday operations and the bottom line.
SOLVING THE VIDEO DATA MANAGEMENT CHALLENGE
Step one is managing the complex workflows of video surveillance storage systems. Security managers must factor into their management solution:
- Number of cameras
- Type of video format
- Frame rate
- Video compression
- Length of recordings
- Number of days retained
- Number of files
Different businesses and government entities require different video data management solutions—from on-premise to fully cloud based, or a hybrid approach that combines the benefits of both models.
For organizations that do not have or do not want to provide internal equipment and resources, or that prefer not to deploy the required high speed network bandwidth to manage movement of large video files, a fully-managed hybrid solution provides the needed expertise as well as the end-to-end infrastructure.
Why do you use video surveillance?
- Safety & Security (85%)
- Loss Prevention (61%)
- Vandalism Protection (58%)
- Employee Monitoring (59%)
- Workflow Optimization (53%)
- Litigation Protection (52%)
- Regulatory Compliance (48%)
- Harassment Prevention (47%)
- Employee Training (39%)