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We are delighted to announce that Sean, our CEO at SC&T, has been invited by Cybernews to discuss SC&T's insights and perspectives regarding the challenges faced by traditional wiring in surveillance systems and the influence of AI on both surveillance and the professional audiovisual industry.
We firmly believe that technological progress can yield substantial benefits for society. However, it also carries the risk of misuse. Only through a comprehensive understanding of technology can we mitigate potential harm and fully realize its potential.
In the future, we anticipate continued growth in both wired and wireless transmission technologies, with distinct applications emerging for different purposes.
Here is an excerpt from the interview.
We believe both the surveillance and the audio-visual markets are embracing the technology of ethernet. We do see more and more wireless cameras or doorbells in houses or small projects. But in the surveillance area, we have to look into the level of the threat we intend to prevent. In small houses, most of the cameras are there to deter a common thief.
In enterprises, factories, or government buildings, people are more aware of the possibility of a cyber attack or Wi-Fi jammers. So they tend to stay with traditional wire systems.
In the audio-visual market, installers now have the alternative to encoding the signal into H.264, and H. 265, the universal compression standard transmitted through ethernet. But, in most places, picture quality, latency, and ethernet bandwidth are essential and can't be compromised.
Therefore, both wired and wireless applications will continue to grow instead of one or the other scenario. We are also investing more time and money to develop fiber optic solutions. All to prepare for the future, when the copper wire reaches its physical limitation on bandwidth.
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