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Eagle Eye releases 2023 cloud video surveillance camera report

Eagle Eye releases 2023 cloud video surveillance camera report Data reveals optimization opportunities for businesses across functions such as security and parking area utilization

Eagle Eye releases 2023 cloud video surveillance camera report

AUSTIN, Texas—Cloud video surveillance provider Eagle Eye Networks today released the 2023 Cloud Video Surveillance Camera Worldwide Statistics report, delivering data about security camera usage and insight into how AI is used in cloud video surveillance across the globe.

The report analyzes aggregate data from a sample set of 200,000 security cameras in 100 countries connected to the Eagle Eye Cloud VMS (video management system).

Eagle Eye NetworksIncluded in the report are 175 different camera manufacturers, and thousands of organizations such as corporate enterprises, retail businesses, restaurants, warehouses, industrial, educational, healthcare and hospitality facilities, and multifamily residences. 

Key data includes: 

  • 90 percent of License Plate Recognition (LPR) use is primarily for reasons other than security.
  • As a result of highly accurate License Plate Recognition technology, 33 percent of organizations using LPR use a “free flow” system (no gated stopping point) to capture license plates while the car is in motion.
  • The use of 4MP security cameras jumped 250 percent YOY in 2022 compared to 2021. 
  • 74 percent of businesses that use security cameras with two-way audio use a connected IP speaker for communication, while 26 percent use a security camera with built-in two-way audio capabilities. 
  • As large enterprises move to the cloud, many are opting for a hybrid approach. 44 percent in 2022 use a combination of cloud and on-premise retention.
  • Security cameras use AI to detect vehicles 72 percent of the time in the Americas, compared to 57 percent of the time in Europe. 
  • Security cameras in Europe use AI to detect people 37 percent of the time, compared to 24 percent of the time in the Americas. 

“For this first time, the report includes a snapshot of how AI is being leveraged in cloud video surveillance, and how businesses are deploying license plate recognition,” said Dean Drako, founder and CEO of Eagle Eye Networks. “AI will have a tremendous impact on the use of video surveillance in the coming years. This report is intended to provide real data and trends analysis for organizations that are investing in a new or upgraded cloud video surveillance system.”

Download the report here. 



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