Video Analytics Module

  • ASTROHN-VA500

    ASTROHN-VA500

    Smart video analytics module for processing information for the ASTROHN-VA500 CCTV systems is a real-time image-processing mechanism. Behind it implemented the modern real-time image-processing algorithm that allows to convert video into the operational information. This device has built-in tracking unit that keeps track of moving and stationary objects. Tracking unit has resistance to the external disturbances like illuminance level changing, waving tree crowns, water threads, etc.

It is hard to overestimate the value of automation to the activities of a modern human. In many fields connected with manufacturing and security there are systems providing the best reliability and higher labor efficiency. Before the operator needed to keep the process under observation and control it, and now he only needs to arrive at decision. In the case of emergency, the smart video analytics system processes the security threats models that were programmed in advance. Doing so allows to free the resources to work with tasks that demands the actual human involvement. Besides, automatic systems cannot get tired which means they don’t experience the diminished performance common to the worker doing monotonous work. This means that due to smart video analytics systems the operator’s supposed participation becomes complete different which allows the certain worker and the whole company to make efficient use of resources.

Standard security threats models and functions for the smart video analysis express setting:

  • objects and humans detection, identification and recognition in the video coverage;
  • objects classification – type, height, square, speed;
  • object’s stop in the control zone detection;
  • objects movement in the prescribed direction detection;
  • object’s appearance and disappearance in the control zone detection;
  • object’s reside in the zone for more time than model specifies;
  • detection of a left and taken away objects in the control zone;
  • detection of an object’s enter in the control zone and exit it;
  • objects number count in ascending and descending order;
  • lens overlapping and defocusing control;
  • detection of an object that moves in a nonlinear trajectory.