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Managing Large Amounts of Video Data in Transportation and Safety 

Transportation departments usually deal with large amounts of video data, primarily collected from CCTV cameras located on the state highway network or on facilities such as the airport.  

Are you utilizing the right technologies to make the most out of such data, ones that are convenient, secure, and compliant? This paper discusses the challenges that may surface when using traditional systems to manage video data and how a modern system such as VIDIZMO can help. 


Executive Summary 

Traditional mechanisms of managing video data make it difficult to get the most out of it. It’s a hassle when it comes to sharing video with intended audiences and storing large amounts of video is a costly affair. Scaling up or down is a challenge as you would need to invest in hardware, which is both costly and time-consuming. With difficulties in managing storage itself, maintaining copies is a whole another story. When it comes to looking for that one footage in 100s, the process is time consuming and there’s no AI to help. Most importantly, the system does not cater to modern security and data privacy requirements. Without effective policies, access management, data governance, and security safeguards in place, you are at the risk of breaching compliance.

A modern video management system can help you solve all of these challenges and do much more. VIDIZMO offers easy-to-use solutions to make the process convenient, yet secure and compliant. 

Author: Shahan Zafar

Product Marketing Manager at VIDIZMO LLC

Shahan is an expert in video streaming and management technologies, actively researching and consolidating information regarding innovative features, customer challenges and emerging trends in this domain.

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