Dual-lens visitor counter

November 2019 Surveillance

Dahua Technology has announced that its IPC-HD4140X-3D dual-lens visitor counter will feature the Ivideon service built in. Ivideon supplies cloud solutions for video surveillance and video analytics as part of the Dahua Integration Partner Programme (DIPP).

The camera is an accurate device that tracks the position, height (1 - 2,3 m), and direction of anyone in its field of vision within the monitoring range. It collects and stores visitor information without using additional hardware like a video recorder or computer, subsequently transferring it to the Ivideon cloud. It can track a space up to three metres wide, making a single device all that most locations need.

The automated visitor tracking system helps figure out the best day for special offers, the best opening and closing times for sales points, and the ideal team shift schedule, all built on precise statistics. Any number of counters can be added to deliver aggregate statistics for multiple locations, all available in the web application’s easy-to-use interface.

Ivideon delivers cloud-based video surveillance services and develops video analytics tools for businesses around the world. The company works with more than 3,5 million private and corporate clients.


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