Making motion detection easy and exceptionally reliable
Geutebrück’s G-Tect/VMX is a new video motion detection solution for professional use which is both extremely quick to set up and exceptionally reliable. It not only detects movement, but differentiates between potentially relevant moving objects and background changes. G-Tect/VMX continuously analyses and evaluates all picture contents, and regularly adjusts its understanding of the background. Thanks to the latest smart algorithms which continually adapt to the current image contents, G-Tect/VMX offers unprecedented accuracy at suppressing unwanted alarms caused by systematically occurring environmental effects such as moving foliage, rain, snow or headlights. It recognises these image changes resulting from weather as a systematically occurring background changes and therefore tolerates them.
Setting up a sterile zone where any intruder triggers an alarm is a simple mouse-clicking operation. Configuring direction-dependent detection for a zone is quick and easy too. You can then copy settings across to other alarm zones and cameras with similar site conditions, for example to set up a series of cameras to monitor a fence. Finally, there is a single intuitive global sensitivity control to optimise all the settings. This minimalist design approach to system settings slashes the time required for system installation and makes it predictable.
G-Tect/VMX is designed for seamless integration in the Geutebrück system world and comes with licence-free activation of Geutebrück’s classic VMD detector, to enable legendary dual sensor operation and the best possible protection of critical areas.
Masking moving image content
G-Tect/MoP is a new motion privacy (MoP) function which pixelates moving objects in live displays or in already archived image data. This Geutebrück innovation provides an additional data protection safeguard by reliably maintaining individual privacy when monitoring sensitive public areas.
The masking allows observers to identify any relevant incidents and to follow events in the scene in some detail but prevents them from recognising the identity of individual people or objects. Operators with appropriate system user rights can still access original unpixelated video for investigating important details in critical surveillance situations, and un-masked video can still be made available for evidential purposes.
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