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By Ollencio D'Souza

The presentation provides the listener an overview of the "visual analysis technology" from the standpoint of it being used as a sensory augmentation tool to improve many facets of human living experiences and will focus on a key aspect connected with security and safety of humankind. The presentation will also go through what a business process is and how video analytic tools enable us to create "scenario" detection, which allows many industries to tailor the level of augmentation to meet their automation objectives. The presentation uses images and animations to present what the IEC62676-6 VCA System performance testing and grading, emerging standard, has proposed.  

Ollencio D'Souza is a Director, TechnologyCare, since January 2010 focusing on converged IP system project design, implementation, project management and maintenance. He is a member of the Standards committees and associations, and IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers). 

He has also presented several papers at ASIAL Conferences, Security 2000 Conferences and other local and international events, “Watermarking of Video” at the IEEE International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology, Virtual Presence at the “Remote Monitoring” IDC Conference in Perth, August 10th -12th. He is a regular contributor to industry magazines, forums and events, several articles written by me have been published in Security Australia, Security Electronics, CCTV Today, CCTV Focus and other national and international publications, and has participated in three Patent applications with UTCFS and UTRC staff. 

 

 

Slides Webinar6thAugust19.pdf

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