Video Analytics (AI)
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Video Analytics at the Edge
Video Analytics (AI) is an important enabler of any strategy to substantially improve levels of security, as well as offering clear business advantages beyond security. It acts as the ‘brains’ of a security system, using metadata to add sense and structure to captured video footage. It makes it possible to make smarter business decisions, reduce costs and increase efficiency with a return on investment that can be measured through tangible business results. With Video Analytics, our focus is always on making video surveillance more relevant to you. So our solutions also come with a range of advanced features.
AxxonNext Video Analytics Features
People Counting enables operator to view in real-time the number of people entering and existing an establishment. It also makes it possible to create heat map of the premises, which indicates the most foot trafficked sections.
Various situations may require the application of social distancing measures. Keeping a minimum distance is especially important to prevent COVID-19, keeping space between you and others is one of the best tools we have to avoid being exposed to this virus.
Measures in places such as customs, supermarkets, shopping malls, passport control checkpoints, police stations etc. When a permissible distance is being violated, the AxxonSoft AI-powered Social Distancing Detection tool sends an alarm to the operator, ensuring they won’t miss issues that require immediate attention.
Cross Line Detection is a simple trip-wire application that can be installed on cameras and video encoders. It detects moving objects that cross a user-defined virtual line and automatically triggers an alarm event. Cross Line Detection is suitable for general entrance and exit detection in low-traffic areas, such as at building entrances, loading docks, and parking lots. It works in most indoor and outdoor installations and in variable lighting conditions.
This is the capability of the surveillance system to detect motion and capture the events. Motion detection is usually a software-based monitoring algorithm which, when it detects motions will signal the surveillance camera to begin capturing the event. Also called activity detection. An advanced motion detection surveillance system can analyze the type of motion to see if it warrants an alarm.
The system reads and stores license plates of passing vehicles into the VMS database for investigative use, data analysis, mapping, access control and sharing with various agencies.
Unlike many detection technologies, video analytics do not need to make physical contact with smoke or dust. They immediately ‘see’ the danger when and where it originates. That’s why it’s so fast and reliable. Axxon Next video analytics make it possible to detect smoke and other dangers in critical environments in a very early stage.
This infers the pose of a person or object in an image or video. The software can also be used to determine the position and orientation of a camera relative to a given person or object. This is typically done by identifying, locating, and tracking a number of key points on a given object or person. For objects, this could be corners or other significant features. And for humans, these key points represent major joints like an elbow or knee.
With pose detection, we’re able to track an object or person (or multiple people) in real-world space at an incredibly granular level. This powerful capability opens up a wide range of possible applications.
Axxon Next loitering detection tracks moving objects such as people and vehicles, and triggers an alarm if they have been in a predefined area for too long. The video-based application, which runs on a network camera, can help prevent crime such as vandalism and break-ins. The application is ideal for low-traffic areas and after business hours on semi-public properties such as office parking lots and schoolyards, as well as near fences. It relies on time-based triggers, so you get far fewer unwarranted alarms than with other, more conventional applications.
This is a software module that automatically detects and captures the image of an individual and runs it through the database. It can analyze age, gender, race amongst other features of an individual and access is either granted or denied automatically. It is well suited for public spaces, infrastructure sites with critical access control needs, retail outlets and gambling establishments
This is an embedded video analytic optimized for detecting and monitoring the movement of vehicles, people and unattended objects in different environments. Axxon Next analytics can be used in tracking an object or individuals in a video by getting the coordinates of the object present in each frame. The Axxon Next object tracker runs on most IP cameras and triggers an alarm when an object has been left unattended for a long period.
By applying artificial intelligence video analytics, Axxon can detect people standing in front of the camera, and provide the precise location of each person with an accuracy of 5-10 cm. If you need to analyze the line at the security checkpoint inside an airport, or if you need to monitor the queue at the cashier of a grocery store, you just have to install cameras in that space. Almost any CCTV camera can work, as long as the quality of the images is good enough and the video can be accessed by the server where Axxon can run.
This is for detecting and reporting the scratching of relatively hard materials such as glass and plastic which generate characteristic sound or vibration frequencies during scratching. When an ongoing vandal activity is picked up by the system, it alerts the relevant authorities without having to put innocent parties at additional risk by having to raise the alarm themselves.