Behavior detection and the ability to recognize objects that have stayed in the defined area for longer the user-defined time.
Adaptive Motion Algorithm will learn the surround area over time and adjust to weather.
Alarm is triggered if the camera detects an obstruction such as a cloth or spray paint.
Specified motion detection in a heavy traffic area such as an airport.
Detection of people or vehicles staying in an area longer than defined by the user.
Ability to count objects and people within a user-defined area.
An object being removed from a user-defined area starts an alarm.
Alarm is activated if a vehicle is present in the user-defined area for longer than the specified period of time.
placed within a pre-defined target-area and triggers an alarm if objects remain in the target-area longer than the user-defined time allows.
that enter a scene and triggers an alarm when the objects enter a user-defined target-area. AMD is a reliable solution for both indoors and outdoors to track a few moving objects in uncrowded applications. The algorithm will learn overtime the background scene and dynamically adjusts to varying degrees of weather like rain, snow, fog or wind.
of view, and triggers an alarm if the lens is obstructed by spray paint, a cloth, or if it is covered with a lens cap. Besides, any unauthorized repositioning of the imaging device also triggers an alarm.
when a person or object moves in a specific direction. The ideal applications for this behavior include airports, entrances/exits, and fences.
that remain and ‘loiter’ position within a target-area longer than the user- defined time allowed. This can deliver effective real-time notifications of suspicious behavior to on-site security staff. Potential applications: ATMs, stairwells, and school grounds.
if an object is removed from a user-defined target-area. It is ideal for detecting if objects are occupying a larger proportion inside the pre-defined region-of-interest, such as a painting from a wall or a statue placement on a pedestal.
that enter a user-defined target-area. This behavior can be used to count people at a store entrance/exit. The object counting rule can also monitor vehicle traffic on highways, local streets/roads, parking lots, and garages.
(i.e., no parking zone), and sets an alarm if the vehicle exists inside the area for longer than user-defined period of time. This behavior is ideal for parking enforcement, identifying suspicious parking, finding traffic lane break-downs, and spotting vehicles waiting at gates.