The traditional video surveillance applications have some limitations; 1) one unit per one person in one place, 2) the limited area for surveillance due to the location of cameras 3) increasing operating cost, 4) hard reductions in theft and claim rates over the long term. Recently, video technology has grown by leaps and bounds throughout the last few years due to the steep development of Information Technology (IT). The newest video surveillance technologies seem to be taking two aspects: 1) Digital Video Surveillance (DVS) of a turn toward digital video servers using Internet access, and 2) Multi-modal User Interface (MUI).
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surveillance, monitor, security, construction, software
Date of this Version
ECT Team, Purdue, "Emerging Video Surveillance and Monitoring Technologies" (2007). ECT Fact Sheets. Paper 185.