Frazzini says right now there is a lot of discussion in terms of correlating data from the images with other security detection data, such as ground-based radar and applying the same intelligence from video streams to other data structures.
Peleg says his company has also developed mobile accessibility to video on the systems, allowing transit workers or security officers to access data via smartphone and other handheld devices. It also allows for those devices to be turned into cameras to provide even more flexibility in what is filmed.
Axis has improved its cameras that now Locapo says the company has developed a camera that can film in color down to 0.05 lux.And cameras can now detect suspicious activities and automatically read license plates to look out for certain vehicles. Some users of the IP systems even brag there aren’t any eyes viewing the cameras on a regular basis.
“It gets security personnel out in the stations where they need to be as opposed to sitting behind a computer,” Locapo says.