5G-based CCTV integrated with artificial intelligence features

2022-11-15 09:34

5G-based CCTV cameras are wireless IP cameras that are capable of transmitting pictures, video and even audio signals over 5G networks. These cameras with artificial intelligence capabilities are helping to improve the efficiency of video surveillance systems, thus ushering in a new era in physical security.

Initially, video surveillance systems used to be reactive, in which CCTV cameras were used primarily to stream live video, and enterprises typically referenced stored video feeds only after a security breach occurred, without significant efforts to analyze this huge amount of video footage to detect potential security events beforehand.

5G CCTV cameras are transforming video surveillance into a proactive threat detection system using AI-based solutions such as facial recognition, object recognition, event recognition, intelligent image processing, remote asset management, and behavior detection and analysis. Key benefits and potential application scenarios for 5G CCTV with AI-based video surveillance systems include

1. High reliability.

Low-latency 5G networks can provide users with seamless streaming of real-time video clips and further help generate near real-time responses in emergency situations using artificial intelligence. While continuous availability of video surveillance systems is critical, 5G also ensures uninterrupted delivery of network services.

2. Scalability.

5G networks that support large-scale machine-type communications are driving large-scale video surveillance systems by configuring a large number of CCTV cameras across applications.

3. High video resolution.

5G networks are capable of transmitting higher quality real-time surveillance video, and the network now supports ultra-high definition 4K and even 8K real-time video transmission.

4. Remote coverage.

5G networks are able to connect remote areas not covered by fixed broadband or WiFi connections.

5, more efficient than manual.

Security personnel have a higher likelihood of losing unusual activity in surveillance footage. The artificial intelligence capabilities embedded in 5G's CCTV capabilities are highly efficient and can be configured to detect events or actions that do not follow conventional patterns.

6. Ability to perform image processing.

The problem of low quality images and video clips captured by surveillance cameras can hinder the delivery of accurate analysis. Artificial intelligence can be used to solve this problem and help sharpen low-quality images and obtain meaningful data.