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ST2-4 Ultra Resolution Surveillance

November 19, 2013

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

Derek Martinez


Is HD resolution enough? Recently, there has been an emerging category of surveillance products with a focus on ‘Ultra Resolution’ to deliver precision detail at extreme distances. In comparison to the consumer market, the standard of ‘HD’ resolution is still very recent. In terms of the future consumer market, ‘Ultra HD’ or 4K resolution is being talked about as perhaps the new standard for surveillance products.

Learning Objectives:

  1. The trends of the surveillance world vs. the consumer market.

    a. The evolution of resolution in the consumer market.
    b. What is the new standard resolution for the consumer market and why?
    c. Is 4K or Ultra HD the next big thing in the consumer market?
    d. What is the evolution of resolution in the surveillance market?
    e. Is there a standard resolution with the emergence of the megapixel market?
    f. What are all the options and how do the aspect ratios differ from 16:9 vs. 4:3?

  2. Hurdles when implementing this technology

    a. What are the options to manage bandwidth?
    b. How can I archive the best image quality and not stream the full resolution?
    c. Frames-Per-Second: "What is Possible vs. What I need"
    d. Low Light conditions: Buyer Beware!

  3. The real math behind capturing convictable evidence.

    a. How do I plan for field-of-view?
    b. What is the formula behind determining which resolution I need for my application?
    c. Examples of quality-of-images for facial and license plate recognition at different resolutions.
    d. Which resolution can I live with?

  4. The real-world applications for Ultra Resolution Surveillance
    a. Example footage, images and site plan designs identifying the requirements for the following applications:
     Stadiums, Airports, Parking Lots, Casinos, Educations, Manufacturing Buildings, Critical Infrastructure.