With the change of season we experience not only longer nights but we also spend longer time on the roads during night time, leaving earlier to avoid peak traffic and ending up in peak traffic as we return.

 

And with longer nights we also see an escalation in crime bec...

Working within the security sector can sometimes be extremely negative.  Being reminded of the daily crime rate escalating yearly, the only thing that keep you from not losing hope is knowing that you work with a group of people desperately trying to beat the crime in...

 

Seeing that the question still remains I thought it would be relevant to share the following as explained by FLIR: "Let’s start with a little background. Our eyes see reflected light. Daylight cameras, night vision devices, and the human eye all work on the same basic...

"Cameras are widely used to enhance traffic safety, for example to observe hard shoulder lanes or to detect incidents. However, cameras in traffic can serve purposes beyond the security of traffic itself: imagine how detailed images of vehicles and drivers can facilita...

 

Same FLIR thermal cameras, same time at night, same incidents, different video analytics... different results.   Two different type of Video Analytics was tested on the same cameras and scenario. On the left hand you have Davantis Video Analytics and on the right anot...

Let’s start with a little background. Our eyes see reflected light. Daylight cameras, night vision devices, and the human eye all work on the same basic principle: visible light energy hits something and bounces off it, a detector then receives it and turns it into an...

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