Video Content Analytics Algorithm for Intelligent Loitering Detection
The Xtralis LoiterTrace™ application, by Honeywell, provides high performance loiter detection using video analytics specifically designed for indoor/outdoor operation. LoiterTrace is an image analysis tool able to detect humans remaining too long in the scene. The analytic uses advanced algorithms to maximize target detection and tracking. It is able to detect loitering persons even if they remain static for a long time (like when the person is sleeping). With simple “region of interest” configuration, LoiterTrace detection is suited for office lobbies, entrance halls of public buildings, etc.
LoiterTrace is now available for server platforms and edge devices. Supporting up to 32* channels on ADPRO® devices and up to 8* channels on HeiTel devices, LoiterTrace complements the powerful recording, transmission, alarm handling and flexible licensing capabilities of these established platforms with high performance video loitering detection. LoiterTrace is also available on Honeywell video cameras. Running on the device itself, LoiterTrace takes analytics to the video source, providing self-contained, high performance loitering detection on a networked device. Close integration with the device platform ensures compliant event management and alarm reporting for seamless system integration. LoiterTrace on the edge complements the rack-mount and mobile platforms with a simple camera approach to give solutions for every scenario.
LoiterTrace is a software-only, licensed product. Licenses are available in bundles, and trial licenses are available free of charge. Speak to your salesperson for details. You can visit www.xtralis.com/analytics for the latest information on the product, and www.xtralis.com/license for information on the flexible licensing options available.
Note that LoiterTrace should only be used in the home position of PTZ cameras. Also note that built-in ring-lights on cameras are not recommended for 24/7 outdoor analytics applications; other sources of lighting should be considered.
* Hardware dependent
24 hr/365 monitoring of public areas such as parks, car parks, lobbies and entrances
Reducing undesirable behavior linked to substance abuse
Reducing risk to property such as vandalism, graffiti and arson
Reducing risk to people such as harassment near building entrances
Reducing risk of crime such as identity theft near ATMs
Alert staff to potential vagrants and reduce crime through early intervention
A video analytic application that detects loitering
Designed for indoor and outdoor applications
Detects moving targets and targets that stop
Well suited to detecting people outside of foyers, etc.
Intuitive parameters to minimize false alarms
Ideal for initiating operator talkdown to prevent crime