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Thanks to the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT), surveillance cameras are no longer limited to enterprise applications such as airports, train stations, banks and office buildings. Instead, they have become an integral part of retail establishments, smart cities and smart homes for the purposes of gathering and analyzing Big Data.
Smart surveillance cameras with video analytics are monitoring and delivering data on everything from daily life activities to consumer behavior and intelligence, as well as gathering multimedia intelligence for keeping cities safe. Additionally, there is increased adoption in battery-operated cameras, particularly for use in smart homes.
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  • These applications call for advanced features such as facial recognition, which require high-resolution sensors, better image quality and low-light performance.
  • In addition to the sensors for capturing video, image signal processor (ISP) ASICs that provide color correction, auto light balance and compression technology are essential. OmniVision’s advanced system level imaging solutions have the capabilities to meet all of these requirements.
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