Alarm Monitoring and the Future
Recent events confirmed our feeling that the Alarm Monitoring Market Place is naturally helped by the new technologies.
The present Network weakness (PSTN and GPRS) will be abandoned to switch mainly on 4G and tomorrow 4G+; 4.5G; 5G or fibre network for information and multimedia transportation.
Connected devices, Artificial Intelligence, Embedded Intelligence will provide sustainable solutions to face the Big Data of security information.
In the near future, machines that are linked together in networks could revolutionise the architecture of existing infrastructures including manufacturing, energy distribution and transportation systems. We believed that security occupies an important place in this new model.
2,5 billions a year more of connected devices will be present on the market place for the next ten years. This means an increasing number of microcomputers that control their operations, perform useful applications, measure, sense…
In this market place all things, goods and people will be connected: trucks, buses, cars, peoples, pets, bags, phones, watches, precious objects.
Such a big number information that need to be stored, analysed and dispatched to specialised platforms concerned by Homeland Security, Elderly care, Geographical Localisation, Residential security, Goods transportation, Fire alarms and individual security.
So a lot of new services should be proposed to the security Market Place in a cross border or worldwide mode
An ARC will be linked to The Big Data Could in order to cross-needed information to assume the security of goods, Building and people. Getting location, Health Status and of course video Live.
But the transformation of this way of handling alarms will not happened in one day, so the first steps will be:
- The concentration of information in Data centers.
- All old PSTN and GPRS network will disappear, replaced by high speed connexions transporting Datas, Video and Sound.
- ARC’s will become international in a cross Borders mode. For Europe, only two ARC’s will be necessary. Having all the technologies for receiving, analyse and treating the information dispatched to operational workstation in each country providing a reliable relationship in the language of the customer.
- Robots and drones support.
- Artificial Intelligence could be used in order to help operator’s to get the right decision in this maelstrom of information.
« ESI helped by his large R&D department is continually adding features to reaching this target. The cross border capability, the cloud storage, the multimedia receiving information, the multilingual support, the high speed networks support is our present. » says Claude-Philippe NERI, CEO of European Systems Integration.