NUUO SCB-IP-P-IVS Counting 1-Channel Integration License for IVS
SCB-IP-P-IVS Counting 1-Channel Integration License for IVS
B&H # NUSCBIPPIC01
MFR # SCB-IP-P-IVS COUNTING 01
7-10 business days
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The NUUO SCB-IP-P-IVS Counting 1-Channel Integration License for IVS enables video analytics functions such as people and vehicle counting, camera stability, and tamper detection for the PC-based IVS (Intelligent Video Surveillance) system for one camera. The IVS system provides accurate video analytics for both IP and analog cameras. The IVS engine can track, classify, and analyze the behavior of individual or a group of objects over long distances to greatly improve parameter security and monitoring efficiency.
Compatible with IP cameras and analog cameras
Compatible with existing NUUO Mainconsole Server
Instant alarm notifications
Intelligent event search with video
Low CPU consumption
Easy to set up
Intuitive 3D grid calibration
40 detection zones and tracks up to 100 targets per camera
Self-learning algorithm automatically adapts to environment changes
Suitable for PTZ and thermal cameras
Functions Added to IVS via License:
People Counting: Includes a bi-directional line-crossing filter, suitable for counting people in busy doorways and entrances
Vehicle Counting: Captures statistics on vehicle flow Provides an estimated speed of the vehicle
Stabilizer: In environments where camera stability is an issue, this feature compensates for any movement to provide a clear view
Tamper Detection: Detects any event that significantly changes the field of view of the camera, such as focus loss, a camera being covered up, etc.