VCA Analytics Energising Security and Operations for Oil and Gas Sector
Video analytics is increasingly being used as a powerful tool to help remotely monitor and protect vulnerable facilities such as gas and oil pipelines, and according to Michael von Hauff, CEO of Osprey Informatics, it can also assist operation managers to improve productivity.
VCA Analytics Tracks Success at Wuxi East Railway Station
The recent installation of an integrated video surveillance system at Wuxi East Railway Station in China is an excellent example of how video analytics can encompass security and people counting to help the railway sector introduce efficiencies and save lives.
Runway Safe Passage Solution Takes Off At Taoyuan International Airport
A video surveillance system recently installed at Taoyuan International Airport, presents a sophisticated solution for a common airport problem that could prevent accidents occurring at airports all around the world.
William Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke would no doubt be impressed that a unique set of armour made over 460 years ago for him and his horse, is being watched over by security cameras equipped with VCA Technology Video Analytics, at Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
VCA Technology video analytics played an important role ensuring the safety of football fans whilst they enjoyed the facilities at Warsaw’s Fan Zone. The challenge was to find a method that could reliably, and in real time, count the number of people who entered through one of the 7 wide entrances, whilst at the same time counting those who left the site so that maximum safety capacity could be maintained.
Although most of them were probably unaware, the movements of the 8.5million people who enjoyed their visit to the Taipei International Flora Exposition were monitored with the help of VCA Technology Video Analytics. 150 cameras supported by VCA Technology Video Analytics encoders were installed to monitor activity in and around the EcoARK, a three storey structure built entirely out of plastic bottles.
The accuracy of the people counting feature built into VCA Technology Video Analytics software is ensuring many clubs and pubs across Slovenia comply with health and safety laws.
A furniture store company, which credits its success to a continued adherence to traditional values of integrity, quality and customer service, is embracing the very latest video surveillance technology to protect its assets and obtain valuable business intelligence on the buying patterns of its customers.
Seven solar farms in the UK have recently been equipped with VCA Technology Video Analytics in order to detect intruders who might be tempted to steal valuable copper cabling.