The System-on-Chip will continue to play a more pivotal role in the development of video surveillance technology. As deep learning and machine learning-based analytics become more pervasive, the contribution that SOCs will make become even more pronounced. Overall video surveillance will be enhanced greatly moving forward by ever improving capabilities being baked into SOCs themselves. The post that follows provides a good perspective on how advanced SOCs can assist in driving IoT-based video, especially for video surveillance initiatives.
Among the plethora of new technology being leveraged in video surveillance products today, the one that is perhaps the most important and will serve as the lynchpin for current and future innovations is the System-on-Chip (SOC). So, what exactly is an SOC? In short, it is an integrated circuit that combines the various components of a camera, such as an image and analytics processing as well as video encoding, into a single chip.