Cyberattacks are on the rise. In Europe, there were 304 cyberattacks in 2020, more than double the number of hacks in 2019. Each data breach can cost millions to put right, and that doesn’t consider the reputation damage and loss of goodwill that results. Read 4 ways to mitigate the risks.
In the first of our three dedicated blogs on the topic, Uri Guterman, Head of Product & Marketing for Hanwha Techwin, highlights the importance of vigilance in surveillance system cybersecurity, and some practical advice to follow.
AI holds exciting potential for many aspects of our lives, But with this potential comes risk. That’s why more organisations are now taking a hard look at how AI might worsen societal inequality and biases, and how to combat this by developing ethical and responsible AI. Uri Guterman takes a deep dive into this on the blog.
Scientists have long been sounding the alarm about the damage carbon emissions, and with air pollution being one of the greatest environmental risks to health, cutting emissions is one of the most urgent ways to combat climate change. Read more about how AI and video analytics can support these climate efforts.
Compared to other technologies, video cameras haven’t been around for that long, first used in 1942 to observe a rocket launch. The advances since then have been impressive and show no signs of slowing down, thanks to the maturing of AI – a trend that was accelerated by the pandemic, with 52% of companies increasing their AI adoption and 86% stating that AI is now mainstream in their organisation.
Hanwha Techwin previews the Top 5 Video Surveillance Trends for 2022,
focusing on cutting-edge technologies from AI, edge-computing, to the cloud.
Not long ago, a world inhabited by robots was merely a sci-fi storyline. Today, robots have become part and parcel of many manufacturing lines. We’ve become used to seeing them assemble, pick and pack, and zip down warehouses looking for the latest item for delivery. They have become indispensable to many organizations and individuals, where many work hand-in-hand with human colleagues. Now, they are being given the ability to see and are using video technology from Hanwha Techwin to be even more efficient.
Uri Guterman, Head of Product & Marketing for Hanwha Techwin Europe, champions the use of the DORI standard as the starting point for designing a video surveillance system and how in doing so, you can ensure that the specified cameras are able to cost-effectively meet the end-user’s expectations.
The Edge provides a pathway to the introduction of new, exciting, innovative and sustainable video surveillance solutions. It also reduces bandwidth requirements and minimises the cost of a video surveillance system which is also less susceptible to network disruption.
Although investing in a video surveillance system is likely to deliver a high return on investment (ROI) regardless of where and why it is deployed, the TCO of doing so should always be taken into consideration at the design and planning stage. This will ensure users achieve maximum benefit and value from their systems, both now and over many years to come.