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Conversion Rate

Retail
Retail

The conversion rate is the number of conversions divided by the total number of visitors.

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Coordinated Progressive Signal

Traffic
Traffic

Coordinated Progressive Signals are deployed in urban areas with busy traffic conditions. Several intersection signals will be operated through coordination and hence a constant flow of traffic is maintained.

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Coordinated Traffic Adaptive Signal

Traffic
Traffic

Coordinated Traffic Adaptive Signals are deployed in streets with rapid demand shifts. Actuated signals will identify the approaches with peak demand and adjust the signal timings. Coordination of signals helps with management of traffic demand.

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Crowd Counting

Video Analytics
Video Analytics

Crowd Counting in Video Analytics is a function that estimates the number of people in a camera image in a large and dense crowd.

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DHCP

IT
IT

The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a network management protocol used in networks for automatically assigning IP addresses and other communication parameters to devices connected to the network using a client–server architecture.

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Dewarping

Physical Security
Physical Security

Dewarping is a function which processes an image from a fisheye camera and produces a new image without distortion similar to the image of a standard camera.

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Digital Signage

Retail
Retail

Digital signage is a form of electronic signage, often times displays, to advertise, inform or entertain. Video-Analytics can be used to measure the effectiveness of digital signage.

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Digital Twin

Video Analytics
Video Analytics

A digital twin is a digital model of a physical object, process or system which is used to represent it's state during the lifetime. Different from pure simulation a digital twin is updated with information.

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Dome Camera

Physical Security
Physical Security

A dome camera is a security camera with the shape of a hemisphere.

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Door Counter

Video Analytics
Video Analytics

A Door Counter is a device installed inside a door to count the people walking in and out. Door counters can be realized using different technologies such as light beams, infrared, stereo-cameras, WiFi, Bluetooth or security cameras.

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EN45545

Transportation
Transportation

EN45545 is a norm for fire protection in railway and rolling stock applications.

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EN50155

Transportation
Transportation

EN50155 is a norm specifying requirements for electronic equipment in rolling-stock and railway applications. EN50155 covers requirements for temperature, humidity, shock, vibration, operating voltage and electromagnetic compatibility.

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EVP

Traffic
Traffic

Emergency Vehicle Preemption (EVP) or Emergency Vehicle Priority interrupts the normal timing of traffic lights to give approaching emergency vehicles the green light to pass through intersections to get to emergencies safely and quickly.

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Edge AI

IT
IT

Edge AI is a concept of deploying AI functionalities to local edge devices. Opposed to run AI workloads centrally in the cloud, a decentralized edge computing approach to AI enables lower latencies and reduces bandwidth usage.

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Edge AI Video Analytics

Video Analytics
Video Analytics

Edge AI Video Analytics is a concept of deploying AI video analytics functionalities to local edge devices.

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Edge Computing

IT
IT

Edge Computing is a concept of deploying IT workloads to local, decentralized edge devices. Opposed to run IT workloads centrally in the cloud, a decentralized edge computing approach enables lower latencies and reduces bandwidth usage.

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FPS

Physical Security
Physical Security

Frames Per Second (FPS) is a unit of the frame rate of video streams which specifies the number of update frames the stream receives per second.

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Facial Recognition

Video Analytics
Video Analytics

Facial Recognition (FR) is a video analytics function that matches people by their face with a reference image. Facial recognition is used in access control and investigations.

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Fall Detection

Video Analytics
Video Analytics

Fall Detection in Video Analytics is a function that automatically detects when people fall in video streams.

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Fire Detection

Video Analytics
Video Analytics

Fire Detection in Video Analytics is a function that automatically detects fire from a video or video stream.

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Fisheye Camera

Physical Security
Physical Security

A Fisheye Camera or 360° Camera has an ultra wide angle lens creating a wide panoramic or hemispherical image. Through dewarping the image can be rectified.

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Footfall

Retail
Retail

Footfall is the number of people going into a shop or business during a particular period of time.

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Footfall Counter

Retail
Retail

A Footfall Counter is a device measuring footfall inside retail stores. Store traffic counters can be realized using different technologies such as light beams, infrared, stereo-cameras, WiFi, Bluetooth or security cameras with video analytics.

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Frame rate

Physical Security
Physical Security

Frame rate is a characteristic of a videostream. It measures the frequency at which the stream receives new frames. The unit in which the frame rate is expressed is typically Frames Per Second (FPS).

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Full HD

Physical Security
Physical Security

Full-HD or 1080p is an image resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixel. Which is equivalent to approximately 2 MP.

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