Tracking in the new version 3.5 will take into account the transport mode
Developers of smart software for Macroscop video surveillance systems are preparing to release a new version of software 3.5.
Tracking in the new version 3.5 will take into account the mode of transport when tracking
Developers of smart software for video surveillance systems Macroscop are preparing to release a new version of software 3.5. Updates will affect both the main product and the video analysis modules: in the tracking module version 3.5, it will be possible to filter alarm events by mode of transport.
Recall that the intelligent tracking module tracks moving objects (all or of a given category - people, animals, vehicles) and informs the operator when an object crosses the control line, enters a protected area or stays in it for a long time.
Tracking version 3.5 will allow you to take into account the type of vehicle that is in the alarm zone or passing through the alarm line. An alarm will be generated only in cases when the mode of transport does not coincide with the ones allowed for this protected area. For example, you can configure the sending of an alarm message when any vehicles other than buses enter the territory of the enterprise. The following types of vehicles are available for detection: cars, trucks, trucks with a trailer, buses, motorcycles, trains.
Also, in the 3.5 module in the client application, a display of frames of different colors for different categories of moving objects with corresponding captions will appear.
In addition, starting with Macroscop 3.5, the performance of video systems will increase, in which tracking, workwear control and interactive search modules are used simultaneously on the same cameras.
The updated version of the tracking module will become available to users after Macroscop 3.5 is released in December 2021. In addition, the new version will significantly improve the face recognition module, support for POS and new brands of access control systems, and release a special product for large video systems.