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AI Security Cameras and Business Security Efficiency



Artificial Intelligence (AI) enhanced cameras and recorders are being used more and more in physical security at commercial locations. Even residential systems are being beefed up with enhanced AI, making cheap DIY models only useful as a deterrent with savvy intruders.


As business owners, we are always looking for new and innovative ways to keep our assets, employees, and customers safe. In today's world, that increasingly means needing to turn to AI for help. AI has been shown to be an incredibly effective tool for physical security, and businesses that don't use it may be putting themselves at risk and wasting valuable time that could be saved by deploying AI as a first line of defense. Businesses can benefit from using AI in their security systems by having a more proactive approach to security. This means that potential threats can be identified and dealt with before they have a chance to cause any damage. In addition, businesses can also benefit from the increased safety of their employees and customers.


For example, many business owners are taking advantage of this technology by using facial recognition software in order to provide increased safety in certain areas of the building - simply by identifying who is in the room at all times! This makes it easier than ever before to keep an eye on what's going on without anyone even realizing it. As facial recognition continues to evolve, there are likely to be many more possibilities for physical security in the future. AI can help us to keep an eye on things in a way that is both discreet and helpful, making sure everyone is safe while giving employees the freedom they need- which only increases productivity!


With the help of AI, security personnel are able to better monitor activity and identify potential threats. This allows for a more proactive approach to security, which can ultimately lead to a safer environment for employees and customers.


The reality is, artificial intelligence is changing the face of physical security as we know it. With AI, security personnel are able to better monitor activity and identify potential threats without incurring expensive time lost to going through hundreds of hours of video by the human eye alone. This allows for a more proactive approach to security, which can ultimately lead to a safer environment for employees and customers.


There are 4 major ways in which AI is transforming physical security:


1. Being able to recognize and label an object and/or pattern

2. Identifying people individually

3. Inferring actions from a sequence of images or video

4. Modifying or recreating realistic images independently


As AI continues to evolve, it is inevitable that it will play an even bigger role in physical security. Old security cameras that may still work will become inefficient at doing anything except being a visual deterrent to those who would like to avoid being seen on them, and little else. At that point, old systems become more of a liability than an asset, especially during a time when whatever footage they have captured is actually needed for evaluation. Whereas with an AI enabled camera and system, the AI analytics would have picked up threats based on cues either before the incident occurred or during in real-time, with real-time alerts and notifications. With old cameras the process has been that a human discovers the problem after the fact and then has to sift through many hours of footage with time quickly passing and the distance between the incident and the solution getting further and further apart.


At GenX Security we have a top lineup of security camera brands with AI features and functions for every type of business. Please contact us for more information!

 

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