IndigoVision implements HD camera-based motion analytics

IndigoVision has released an upgrade to its 11000 series High Definition (HD) IP camera range enabling real time motion analytics to run in the camera.

Jan 17th, 2011

IndigoVision has released an upgrade to its 11000 series High Definition (HD) IP camera range enabling real time motion analytics to run in the camera. This includes the Activity Control Framerate (ACF) function that is common to all the company’s IP cameras. The company's 11000 HD fixed and HD PTZ IP cameras now offer both ACF and motion detection analytics.

ACF controls the framerate of the camera video stream based on the amount of motion in the scene. When there is no activity, video is streamed over the network at minimum framerate; the instant motion is detected the video is automatically transmitted at the maximum configured framerate. This significantly reduces the bandwidth and NVR storage requirement for cameras monitoring generally static scenes or during quiet periods such as at night.

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The more sophisticated motion detection analytic function again detects motion in the scene, but can also be configured with direction, persistence and rearm parameters. Compared to IndigoVision’s standard definition IP cameras the new HD models offer dramatically increased analytics performance, enabling faster and more sensitive ACF and motion detection.

According to the company, both ACF and motion detection analytics use a "region of interest" editor to mask out areas of the scene that will be ignored by the motion detection. This is particularly useful in areas such as car parks, where areas of trees and bushes that will always show some movement can be masked. For more information, visit: www.indigovision.com

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