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ITU-T F.735.1

Requirements for software-defined cameras

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Organization: ITU-T
Publication Date: 1 August 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 14
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Currently, with the development of hardware and intelligent algorithms, various intelligent algorithms are developed for a large number of scenarios. In order to meet the various scenarios and requirements, cameras supporting algorithms on-demand deployment and online upgrade without service interruption are needed. A software-defined camera is a kind of intelligent premises unit (IPU), see [ITU-T F.743.1], which provides a technical approach to decoupling hardware and software and to support algorithms on-demand deployment, online upgrade without service interruption and continuous online learning to adapt to various scenarios. This Recommendation defines the typical scenarios, functional architecture and requirements of such software-defined cameras.

The scope of this Recommendation includes:

1) typical scenarios of software-defined cameras;

2) the functional architecture of software-defined cameras;

3) the requirements of software-defined cameras.

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ITU-T F.735.1
August 1, 2020
Requirements for software-defined cameras
Currently, with the development of hardware and intelligent algorithms, various intelligent algorithms are developed for a large number of scenarios. In order to meet the various scenarios and...

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