According to Belbachir et al., the phrase “Smart Camera” was first used in 1975. In a study for the National Technical Information Service in 1976, the Electronic Systems Division of General Electric listed the need for Smart Cameras from two industrial companies. A Smart Camera was first described in 1976 by authors connected to HRL Laboratories as “a camera that could process its photographs before capturing them.” One of the earliest references to smart optical sensors was found in a 1977 satellite concept review by NASA and General Electric Space Division. They were proposed as a technique for data minimization and intelligent on-board editing.
A Smart Camera traces what takes place in the indoor in the absence and its fixing is a breeze. Mainly these appliances are the plug and play appliances which states that one can utilize it straightly after one has downloaded the application. Just following the rules and the safety instructions which are given by the provider. It is very important to mark and fit the Smart Cameras at a planned spot in the house. This a method which helps one that they are not any of the particular blind spots which robbers can take the benefit of. There are several features of the Smart Cameras. Apart from recording the videos there are other things which can be explored through the Smart Cameras.
Since the middle of the 1980s, Smart Camera have been on sale. Since technology enabled for their size to be lowered and their processing power to reach several thousand MIPS, they have become widely used in the twenty-first century (devices with 1 GHz processors and up to 8000MIPS are available as of end of 2006). Photonics and artificial intelligence complement one another well. The process of gathering data for AI is sped up by photonics, while photonics’ range of uses is expanded by AI. The first AI edge computing capable intelligent vision sensors were released by Sony in 2020. It is an advancement of the Exmor technology.
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