In the Internet era, embracing 'big data analysis' has become fashionable. Vehicle monitoring images are aggregated for data processing, and combined with intelligent analysis can do a lot of things, such as optimizing public transportation lines and shifts by counting people, searching and locating criminals through face recognition, and so on. Therefore, using the Internet platform in the future to mine and analyze effective video information and data is the most effective means to enhance the management value and economic value of vehicle monitoring products.
The continuous upgrade of the intelligent level of vehicle monitoring equipment, the increasingly enhanced reliability and stability of the mobile operating platform and the good user experience of the mobile vehicle monitoring terminal have opened the door for the mobile Internet to enter the field of vehicle monitoring terminals. In fact, the battle for mobile Internet thinking applications of vehicle monitoring equipment manufacturers has already started. Some giants in the field of in-vehicle monitoring equipment have successively developed various types of in-vehicle intelligent system mobile phone application platforms, and are also actively cooperating with major car manufacturers to build their own mobile Internet ecosystem of in-vehicle monitoring equipment, and actively make themselves occupy a strategic position in the era of Internet of Vehicles .
At present, the application market of in-vehicle video surveillance products is mainly divided into two categories, one is law enforcement vehicle monitoring applications (such as public inspection system law enforcement, emergency rescue, emergency command, etc.); the other is transportation vehicle monitoring (such as passenger cars, Bus, logistics, etc.). The focus of on-board video surveillance of these two types of vehicles is different. Most of the former's on-board video surveillance is installed outside the vehicle to monitor the external environment of the vehicle; while the latter's on-board video surveillance is mostly installed inside the vehicle. In order to monitor the internal situation of the vehicle, the different application environments of the products have led to different requirements of users for functions. For important public transportation, such as vehicle monitoring in the bus industry, it is necessary to ensure video surveillance, but also need to be able to cooperate with other law enforcement equipment, such as speed radar and license plate recognition.