Advertisement Advertisement

The surveillance industry is going to thrive on IP based systems sooner or later without doubt

Kaushal Kadakia, Marketing Manager, IPVS, Matrix Comsec 
 

The surveillance industry is going to thrive on IP based systems sooner or later without doubt. The image quality and other perks offered by IP-based systems are hard to compete for analog cameras. 
 

“The surveillance industry is going to thrive on IP based systems sooner or later without doubt. The image quality and other perks offered by IP-based systems are hard to compete for analog cameras. Hence, the shift will prove to be beneficial and will improve the security offered so far.
 

In terms of advantages, IP-based systems supersede analog cameras in every respect. 
 

Especially the quality of images has enhanced a lot with IP-based systems. Further, Intelligent Video Analytics can be applied on network cameras and they give exceptional results. Also, network cameras give the flexibility under multi-location applications by providing centralized monitoring and management,” explains Kaushal Kadakia, Marketing Manager, IPVS, Matrix Comsec. 
 

“The future holds an ample amount of opportunities for the surveillance security market, especially in India. With AI, the systems can be made more reliable. Human intervention will reduce gradually as the systems become more and more automated. For example, IP-based systems are nowadays capable of sending instant notifications in case of any mishap, informing the concerned person in real time through SMS and Email.” 

 

Though video surveillance is being widely accepted now, the major verticals embracing it are manufacturing, hospitality, retail and BFSI industries. However, the education industry is also growing gradually. In the bigger picture, consumers are now well aware of the need of surveillance in and around their property,” says Kaushal Kadakia.