Advances in Surveillance Technology - Homeland Security TOE

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This issue of Homeland Security TOE covers advancements in surveillance technologies. Innovations profiled include:Video-based business intelligence for retailers by March NetworksArtificial intelligence-based detection and tracking by CalAtlanticVisual merchandising and video analytics tool by Prism SkylabsSmarter video surveillance using deep learning by CamioSurveillance technology using active laser illumination by GEM elettronicaPortable long range radar by FLIR SystemsUAV with long flight time by Airbus Defense and SpaceLiDAR system for intrusion detection by Quanergy SystemsThe Homeland Security TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) captures global innovations and developments related to homeland security

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Advances in Surveillance Technology - Homeland Security TOEInnovations in Surveillance TechnologiesVideo-based Business Intelligence for RetailersArtificial Intelligence-based Detection and TrackingVisual Merchandising and Video Analytics ToolSmarter Video Surveillance Using Deep LearningSurveillance Technology Using Active Laser IlluminationPortable Long Range Radar UAV with Long Flight TimeLiDAR System for Intrusion DetectionStrategic PerspectivesStrategic Perspectives Key Patents and ContactsKey PatentsKey Patents (continued)Industry Contacts

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