Time Warner Business Class (@TWCBusiness) published a white paper on the explosion of IoT (Internet of Things) and its impact on live Internet video surveillance. The Internet market is expected to generate $8 trillion in new business over the next decade, with growth in business innovation and revenue, asset utilization, and supply chain and logistics management.
Commercial businesses increasingly connect and deliver real-time information and video over the Internet from remote video cameras and an array of devices and applications. This data drives revenue and productivity, reduces operating costs, enhances service delivery, and increases security, such as through remote Internet video surveillance
Stealth Monitoring’s live Internet video surveillance service was featured. “Stealth Monitoring provides remote video surveillance services to prevent and deter crime for hundreds of customers across North America. Over the past five years, the company has topped 50-percent year over-year growth. Today, real-time video streams and sensor data flow into its operations center from more than 9,000 security cameras. Using advanced video analytics capabilities, Stealth Monitoring is able to quickly detect illicit activity and accelerate law enforcement interventions.”
According to the paper, Stealth’s Internet video surveillance includes two core IoT areas.
Premises monitoring: Live Internet video surveillance from video cameras increases commercial property security. Operators can watch activity when businesses don’t have staff on-site.
Product monitoring: Stealth Total Service software monitors remote video cameras and other Internet-connected equipment to check operating status, including power and Internet access. In some cases remote Stealth technicians can immediately fix problems over the Internet, saving both the cost and time in dispatching a repair truck.
Stealth Monitoring is a leader in proactive Internet video surveillance with over 9,000 video cameras watched nationwide. Real-time video monitoring can detect and deter crime while reducing security guard and other expenses. A Stealth operator can see unusual activity, activate a speaker warning to deter thieves and criminals, and call the local police.