The AxxonSoft development team trains neural networks to tackle out-of-the-ordinary projects, including unusual viewing angles, difficult lighting, particular object types, thermal camera use and more.
The development team uses video material from the installation site, and typically from thousands to tens of thousands of labelled frames are required – all the photographs must be marked to spot the objects that may be detected. When the method is finished correctly, the trained neural network works well even under the trickiest conditions. Control room operators can, for instance, detect human presence in hazardous areas with working machines in the background or accurately detect intrusion of people into a protected perimeter, ignoring animals, birds and insects, precipitation, foliage movement and more.
The AxxonSoft AI analytics seamlessly integrates into the AxxonOne VMS allowing users to use them in a way similar to standard built-in tools like motion detection. AI detection of specific objects may be combined with traditional tools like zone entry, line crossing, and others.
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