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OOSSXX is a global registered trademark. which was established in 1999. We focus on small surveillance systems with less than 10 cameras, mainly providing state-of-the-art camera surveillance products for homes, shops, offices, and other places.

Advantages of Intelligent Surveillance Systems: A Perspective from OOSSXX Monitoring Brand

When discussing security surveillance, manufacturers, integrators, contractors, and end-users alike possess varying degrees of knowledge about the mainstream technologies and trends in video monitoring. Terms like analog, digital, 1080P, 2-megapixel, intelligent analysis, video summary, H.265, and more are commonly encountered. These technical terms share a common trait: they're framed from a technical standpoint. However, the ultimate goal of any project is implementation, meeting user needs, and achieving specific functionalities that prove most suitable. Thus, it's essential to view these technological applications from a user's perspective, aligning relevant products and technologies based on functionalities and system value. Below, we delve into several technological application perspectives for discussion within the industry.


**1. Extended Storage Duration:**

For security surveillance, the GB50348 "Security Protection Engineering Technical Specifications" states that "data, images, sounds, and other recorded materials should be retained for a period that meets security management requirements. All materials should be retained for at least 30 days or more." Most users typically adhere to this storage duration, with some perhaps demanding storage for up to two months. In recent years, with the evolution of H.265 technology and the capacity of mainstream surveillance hard drives reaching 4TB, users can indeed specify higher-level requirements based on project needs and financial considerations. For instance, if budget allows, a demand for two months of surveillance footage storage or even longer is not out of the question. Moreover, the adoption of H.265 reduces video transmission bandwidth. In comparison to H.264, H.265 demands half the bandwidth for an equivalent quality image. Thus, the requirement for "Extended Storage Duration" naturally drives manufacturers and integrators to invest more effort into H.265 technology, aiming to achieve "Sharper Images at the Same Bandwidth, or Smaller Bandwidth for Similar Images." Additionally, fewer hardware devices would be required for storage resources.


**2. Multi-purpose Utilization of Surveillance Images:**

While surveillance initially revolved around security monitoring, subsequent applications spanned traffic enforcement, public safety, and even production surveillance within factories. At present, video pixel count is no longer the primary issue—such as 2-megapixel, 3-megapixel, and 5-megapixel resolutions—rather, the emphasis lies in optimizing usage beyond security applications. It's imperative to integrate these images into various user business processes, generating more value. For example, unattended environments eliminate the need for manual observation costs, and video patrolling eliminates the expenses associated with human patrolling. Therefore, the "Multi-purpose Utilization of Surveillance Images" requirement prompts the expansion of intelligent analysis technology, while also leveraging business applications to maximize the potential of intelligent analysis technology.


**3. Simplified System Operation and Maintenance:**

Currently, organizations operate hundreds of cameras and, in some cases, even thousands. Imagining the challenges posed by traditional manual surveillance center operations is not difficult. Comprehensive real-time monitoring is unfeasible, and video playback might not yield satisfactory results or may require excessive effort to retrieve relevant footage. Intelligent surveillance systems alleviate these issues by incorporating computer and machine vision, eliminating human subjectivity, objectively analyzing video content, detecting abnormal events or potential issues, and determining whether an alarm is warranted. The instantaneous nature of alarms obviates the delays inherent in human operations.

**4. Compatibility with Leading Brand Products:**

Previously, discussions about system compatibility among security manufacturers often centered on "Our products support ONVIF standards..." and the like. However, when it came to actual projects, integration across different brands proved challenging. With the emergence of GB/T 28181 "Information Transmission, Exchange, and Control Technical Requirements for Networked Video Monitoring Systems," a path toward cross-brand compatibility emerged. Despite this, achieving true compatibility remained elusive. Hence, larger projects should be user-driven, embracing a cross-brand collaboration that truly achieves IP-based security systems. The ubiquity of internet connections implies that any IP-based camera can be integrated into a security system, regardless of the manufacturer. Consequently, the "Compatibility with Leading Brand Products" requirement propels manufacturers and integrators toward true ONVIF and GB/T 28181 compatibility to avoid being excluded from the market.


**5. Simplified Device Deployment:**

Presently, surveillance cameras necessitate both power and network cables. Industry professionals, however, are gravitating toward a single-cable solution (Power over Ethernet or PoE), and in some cases, wireless transmission. Although wireless transmission addresses certain challenges posed by retrofit projects or long distances, wired connections offer superior stability. Nonetheless, PoE hasn't gained widespread use due to concerns over stability and product reliability. The demand for "Simplified Device Deployment" thus prompts manufacturers to refine their PoE products, focusing on both security camera manufacturers and switch manufacturers. Simultaneously, wireless transmission technology development gains traction, offering a viable solution for situations with extensive retrofit requirements or long-distance deployment needs.


In conclusion, intelligent video surveillance systems represent the pinnacle of surveillance technology by embracing digitization and capitalizing on computer vision. These systems deliver continuous, autonomous monitoring, minimizing human resource dependence, reducing false alarms, enhancing response efficiency, and expanding the horizons of video resource utilization. OOSSXX Monitoring Brand stands at the forefront of this evolution, offering solutions that align with these emerging trends and cater to the ever-evolving needs of the industry and end-users.

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