Whitepaper: Increase transportation security with video-based intelligence
Posted: 27 July 2015 | NEXCOM
In this article, we show how NEXCOM’s In-vehicle Computers VTC 7230 and 7240 leverage the 5th generation Intel® Core™ processors to generate video based security intelligence, and how the VTCs provide a flexible approach to not only delivering video analysis but also providing consistent performance regardless of evolving analysis techniques…
Commonly used in the transport sector, computer vision has been used to produce video evidence or render visual assistance on buses, commercial fleets, and patrol vehicles. For concerns over transportation security, computer vision can have more active uses to allow precautionary measures to be imposed or immediate response taken on the spot. To this end, computer vision is increasingly inseparable from video analysis.
In this article, we show how NEXCOM’s In-vehicle Computers VTC 7230 and 7240 leverage the 5th generation Intel® Core™ processors to generate video based security intelligence. The article looks at how the VTCs provide a flexible approach to not only delivering video analysis but also providing consistent performance regardless of evolving analysis techniques. The article also gives consideration to the size and power design of the VTCs, and illustrates how these design enhancements give users mobility to adapt to highly dynamic mobile environments. The article moves on to potential security risks and introduces security tools to create a safe operating environment for video analysis to run.
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