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What You Don’t Know About Video Surveillance in 2017

Wayne Arvidson
Wayne Arvidson | Vice President | Video Surveillance & Security Solutions | Quantum

In 2017, video surveillance continuing its growth trend for security, as well as for retail and traffic management applications, and in support of the wider IoT trend. Industry analyst IHS projects that in 2017 video surveillance will capture nearly 6000 Petabytes of data, and by 2019, 3.3 trillion hours of surveillance video will be captured daily. Video is also being retained longer for many reasons, including for use as evidence by law enforcement, or to use with advanced analytics in retail environments. Based on our interactions with customers and partners, we anticipate a number of key developments. *Source: IHS “World Market for Enterprise & IP Storage for Video Surveillance 2014”.

  • More Video Data to Support Video Analytics

Organizations will need to become more adept at leveraging unstructured data to identify patterns and trends. Surveillance data – or, more accurately, “video-based data” – will be increasingly used for business purposes. No longer just for keeping people and property safe; video surveillance will yield greater financial returns. Highly sophisticated video analytics applications will see greater adoption to make better business decisions. Today, 50% of analytics are for non-security purposes. To support these analytical functions, video must be retained for longer periods.

  • Surveillance Cameras with Intelligence Embedded

2016 saw a surge in camera counts – especially HD cameras yielding considerably more data to manage.  In 2017 we expect the adoption of cameras with wider panoramas, higher resolutions, and more sensors will accelerate.  Watch for more installations to transition from analog and SD cameras, with a demand that more surveillance capabilities – compression, streaming, storage, and analytics – be bundled into cameras for greater value.  The influx of data will strain storage and make an intelligent, multi-tier storage strategy more vital than before. With improved intelligence in cameras, storage management software to effectively manage the influx of data will become even more important.

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