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Embedded Vision: Primed To Take A Bite Out Of Crime

As I've mentioned with past regularity, video surveillance and analytics technology is increasingly being used by law enforcement agencies worldwide to assist in the identification and prosecution of wrongdoers; via facial recognition, for example, or emotion discernment, or database searches for clothing matches, or license plate optical character recognition. And other, not-yet-discussed implementations of the …

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Citizen Surveillance: A Topic Fraught With Contentiousness

Last weekend, I spent a few hours catching up on some recent-past television recordings. As usual, I was multitasking, but I put the magazines and laptop aside when one particular segment from the September 25th edition of 60 Minutes appeared on-screen. Entitled "The Counter-Terrorism Bureau", here's how the show's website describes it: Scott Pelley brings …

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Google Goggles: One Of Many Cloud-Based Processing Examples

My previous writeup points out that Anthony Oliver, Chief Technology Officer at Ingenuitas, sees built-in support for server-side processing of image data captured by a low-tech, inexpensive camera as one of the key benefits of his company's championed SimpleCV API. His quote reminded me that Google recently updated the Goggles app for Android, adding optional …

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Website Analytics: Exceedingly Useful Webcam Analysis “Tricks”

I spent a few days at BDTI's Oakland office this week, as you already know if you saw last night's writeup on the interview with UC Berkeley's Jitendra Malik. Among other things, I had a face-to-face meeting with the folks who work on the Embedded Vision Alliance website. Stay tuned for more news on the …

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NEXCOM Whitepaper on Video Analytics using PC Hardware

Join the discussion and tell us whether you believe this is an embedded vision system.  NEXCOM serves security markets with networked video recorders, and the newer devices include the intelligence for video analytics.  However, these devices use centralized, rack-mounted hardware that resembles a PC Server.  http://embeddedinnovator.com/2011/03/analog-surveillance-with-hd-and-analytic/

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