Intelligent Video Motion Detection (i-VMD) Software

Panasonic i-VMD has six Intelligent Video features: Intruder Detection, Loitering Detection, Direction Detection, Scene Change Detection, Object Detection and Cross Line Detection. The i-VMD extracts information such as position, size, moving direction and staying time from the moving object detected and analyses its behaviour. As an example, the i-VMD determines, if the moving object is loitering or walking normally and sends an alarm to the operators. Therefore, i-VMD eliminates the need to constantly watch the screen in the control room, dramatically reducing the Total Cost of Owernship of the security system.

Configuration is also smart. Accurate definition with polygonal detection and the non-detection areas, perspective target size and the schedule for operating and non-operating times enables easily setting them through intuitive GUI.

 

Intruder, Loitering, Direction, Scene change, Object, Cross Line

 

 


Intruder

Intruder Detection detects people or cars trespassing in restricted areas. When a network camera detects moving objects in its view, it starts tracking each one of them. Once they step into a pre-defined detection area, the camera sends an alarm to the operators and highlights them with frames on the screen. This helps operators quickly identify what camera is tracking.




 

Loitering

Loitering Detection detects people who are loitering in front of a camera. When a network camera detects human-sized moving objects in its view, the camera starts tracking each one of them. When they loiter there for a specified period of time, the camera sends an alarm to the operators and highlights them with frames. This helps the operators quickly identify whom the camera is tracking.



Direction

Direction Detection detects people, cars or moving objects that go the wrong direction such as the wrong way on a one-way street. When a network camera detects moving objects in its view, the camera starts tracking the movement and estimates the direction objects are going. When an object is moving in an unauthorized direction, the camera sends an alarm to the operators and highlightsthe object with frame.




Cross line

Cross Line Detection detects people or objects trespassing in restricted areas. When a network camera detects moving objects in its view, the camera starts tracking each one of them. Once the object crosses an imaginary line in pre-defined direction, incoming, outgoing or either direction, the camera sends an alarm to the operators and highlights them with frame. This helps the operator easily identify what crossed the line.


Object

Object detection detects objects disappearing that should be present or something left behind that shouldn’t be there. A network camera constantly keeps watching on pre-defined areas, comparing current footage with the past footage. When a left or removed object is detected, the camera sends an alarm to the operators and highlights the object or place with frame. This helps the operators easily identify what isleft or removed.




Scene change

Scene Change Detection detects tampering with the camera view. When a network camera detects interference or tampering such as spraying on a camera dome, changing a camera direction or covering a camera with a cloth, the camera sends an alarm to the operators. People pay little attention to motionless pictures. If a picture is missed, a long time will be necessary before an operator becomes aware of it. The i-VMD finds tampering immediately.