GE Interlogix' new VideoIQ processes images from surveillance cameras and detects the actual presence of people in dynamic indoor and outdoor environments. It tells operators when it spots people, even where they are not supposed to be, and draws a red box around them, right on the monitor screen.
VideoIQ uses sophisticated video analysis algorithms to make accurate decisions about objects in a camera scene and actually distinguishes between humans and other moving objects like animals and rippling water. In other words, this new technology actually studies its environment. VideoIQ essentially understands the conceptual content of a field-of-view, such as background, foreground and types of objects present. This lets the system make intelligent decisions that determine whether or not events in a camera's field-of-view are human related.
Applications include airport gates, cell towers, construction sites and water facilities.
In future updates, VideoIQ will let operators track a specific human, either live or recorded.
For more information contact Brett Birch, GE Interlogix, 011 805 1590, firstname.lastname@example.org
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