This is triggered when a selected object/classification enters the zone or moves around within the zone
Zone with Dwell
This is triggered when the selected object/classification is in the zone for longer than the dwell time. In this example, it was a person for more than 10 seconds
This is triggered when the chosen object/classification crosses the tripwire in the chosen direction. In this example it is a person walking from the right to left.
AI Missing Object Detection
This is triggered when the chosen object/classification is not in the target area. In this example, the zone turns red as there is no person in the scene.
AIl Objects Detection (AND)
This is triggered when all the selected objects/classifications appear in the target zone.
In the example above we have person & cars selected as objects/classifications so whilst only 1 of those objects/classifications is in the zone there is no alarm, once both objects/clasifications are in zone an alarm/event is created.
Lack of any Object Detection (NAND)
This is triggered when all the selected objects/classifications do not appear in the target zone.
In the example above we have person & cars selected as objects/classifications, so whilst both of those objects/classifications are in the zone there is no alarm. Once one objects/classifications leaves the zone, an alarm/event is created.
Density Detection (only available on EDGECAP)
This is triggered when the selected object/classification enter the target zone and the object/count in the zone is also equal too or greater than the set counter triggering number.
In the example above, a person enters the zone but does not create an alarm/event as the counter setting is 2. Once a 2nd person enters the scene, an alarm/event is created.
LPR Allowed List Detection in Zone, LPR Denial List Detection in Zone, LPR Visitor List Detection in Zone
This is triggered when a vehicle enters the target area. If LPR allowed is selected then for an alarm/event the number plate must be in the camera's allowed plate list
The same applies for denied. Any plate that is not in allowed or denied lists will be classified as a Visitor, to trigger visitor alarm/event the Behaviour Detection needs to be set to LPR Visitor List Detection in Zone.
Counters are included with the EDGECAP licence.
Each zone event can be linked to a counter, these can be set to + (Plus) or – (Minus) and the total can be reset on a timed basis (eg: 1 Min, 5 Min, 1Hr, 1 Day etc). The results can be set to post to a 3rd party at timed intervals (eg: 1 Min, 5 Min, 1Hr, 1 Day etc).