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4K

Physical Security
Physical Security

4K refers to a horizontal image resolution of approximately 4.000 pixel. 4K or Ultra-high-definition (UHD) cameras have a resolution of 3840 × 2160 pixels. 4K is roughly equivalent with 8 MP.

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AADT

Traffic
Traffic

Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) estimates the mean traffic volume across all days for a year for a given location along a roadway. AADT is different from ADT because it represents data for the entire year.

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AC

Physical Security
Physical Security

Access Control (AC) in Physical Security is the selective restriction of access to a specified area or resource.

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ADT

Traffic
Traffic

The Average Daily Traffic (ADT), also referred to as mean daily traffic, is the average number of vehicles that travel through a specific point of a road over a short duration time period (often 7 days or less).

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AI

Video Analytics
Video Analytics

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a field of computer science which aims to create machines which are equally intelligent as human beings.

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AI Accelerator

IT
IT

AI Accelerators are designed to accelerate artificial intelligence and machine learning applications, including artificial neural networks and machine vision.

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ALPR

Video Analytics
Video Analytics

Automatic License-Plate Recognition (ALPR) is a video analytics function which automatically reads license-plates of vehicles from a video or video stream.

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ANPR

Video Analytics
Video Analytics

Automatic Number-Plate Recognition (ANPR) is a video analytics function which automatically reads license-plates of vehicles from a video or video stream.

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APC

Transportation
Transportation

Automatic Passenger Counting (APC) systems automatically collect the number of passengers entering and leaving at each stop.

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API

IT
IT

An Application Programming Interface (API) is a way for two or more computer programs to communicate with each other.

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ATM

Traffic
Traffic

Active Traffic Management (ATM) includes a broad range of strategies for managing traffic dynamically based on current or expected conditions in order to improve the efficiency and safety of the transportation system.

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Age and Gender Detection

Video Analytics
Video Analytics

Age and Gender Detection in Video Analytics is a function that automatically estimates age and gender of a person from an image, video or video stream.

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Analog Security Camera

Physical Security
Physical Security

Analog Security Cameras transmit the video feed via a coaxial cable. A digital video recorder (DVR) converts the analog signal to a digital signal and stores it on the hard drive.

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Anchor Tenant

Retail
Retail

An anchor tenant, also referred to as an anchor store or key tenant, is a significantly larger tenant in a mall, often a department store or chain of retail stores. They are usually found at the ends of shopping malls.

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Anomaly Detection

Video Analytics
Video Analytics

Anomaly Detection in Video Analytics is a function to identify abnormal situations or patterns in a video stream.

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BI

Video Analytics
Video Analytics

Business Intelligence (BI) is a process of analyzing data and presenting actionable information that helps executives, managers and employees within organizations to make informed business decisions.

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Background Change Detection

Video Analytics
Video Analytics

Background Change Detection in Video Analytics is a function which detects the change of background of a video or video stream over time. A background change can be triggered by a change in perspective, constructions or a broken camera.

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Bandwidth

IT
IT

Bandwidth is the maximum data rate of available information capacity on a physical communication link. Bandwidth is equivalent to the maximum available bitrate and usually measured in megabits per second (Mbps).

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Bicycle Counter

Traffic
Traffic

A Bicycle Counter is a device installed at roads to measure bicycle traffic. Bicycle Counters can be realized with different technologies such as radar, lidar or security cameras.

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Bitrate

IT
IT

Bitrate is the number of bits that are transmitted or processed over time.

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Bullet Camera

Physical Security
Physical Security

A bullet camera is a security camera with a cylindrical shape.

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CBR

IT
IT

Constant Bitrate (CBR) as opposed to variable bitrate (VBR) keeps the bitrate of a signal during compression constant independent of the signal complexity. As a result the quality of the result can vary.

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CCTV

Physical Security
Physical Security

A Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) system or video surveillance system comprises of security cameras and monitors (TV). Closed Circuit indicates that the system is restricted to authorized users.

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CPU

IT
IT

A Central Processing Unit (CPU) is an electronic circuit designed to perform basic arithmetic, logic, controlling, and input/output (I/O) operations specified by the instructions in the program.

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Cloud Computing

IT
IT

Cloud computing is the on-demand availability of computer system resources, in particular data storage and computing power, without direct active management by the user.

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