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TI, ObjectVideo offer video analysis algorithms

Posted: 01 Oct 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:texas instruments? objectvideo? digital media processor? intelligent video surveillance? dm64x digital media processor?

Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) and ObjectVideo Inc. have launched video content analysis algorithms to run on TI's digital media processors. The latest technology is expected to make intelligent video surveillance more accessible to the mass market and save OEMs development time in the creation of security applications.

According to TI, porting ObjectVideo's video surveillance algorithms to TI's DM64x digital media processor will enable analytical capabilities to reside directly on devices, such as video cameras, digital video recorders, network encoders or other video management platforms. Distributing these capabilities throughout a security system diminishes the need for a centralized server and the hardware requirements for an intelligent security system, thereby reducing system requirements and the overall cost of ownership for the end user.

"TI's advanced processor technology is helping to accelerate the adoption of next-generation digital video surveillance systems," said Raul J. Fernandez, CEO, ObjectVideo. "Together, we will rapidly increase the availability and affordability of intelligent video surveillance capabilities to the marketplace and empower organizations with high-risk environments to better protect themselves against a variety of threats."

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