Surveillance News

September 25, 2012

High Resolution, Human Cognition: A Seemingly Effective Surveillance Combination

Back in mid-April, I shared with you the video of the March 2012 Embedded Vision Alliance Member Summit keynote from Jim Donlon, a Program Manager for DARPA (the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency).
October 10, 2011

Traffic Light Surveillance: Another Controversial Embedded Vision Circumstance

October 9, 2011

Citizen Surveillance: A Topic Fraught With Contentiousness

Last weekend, I spent a few hours catching up on some recent-past television recordings. As usual, I was multitasking, but I put the magazines and laptop aside when one particular segment from the September 25th edition of 60 Minutes appeared on-screen. Entitled "The Counter-Terrorism Bureau", here's how the show's website describes it:
September 20, 2011

So a Guy Walks Into a Bar...

Today's news report admittedly isn't as verbose as the average, but I hope you'll still find it informative...or at least entertaining. At minimum, in contrast to some other embedded vision applications (and products targeting them) that I've written about to date, which have a futuristic (and, dare I say, speculative) aspect, the near-term, practical aspects of this one will hopefully be immediately apparent to you.