aimetis AIM-AX-CD Embedded Crowd Detection for ARTPEC-4 and Above Axis Cameras

aimetis AIM-AX-CD Embedded Crowd Detection for ARTPEC-4 and Above Axis Cameras

aimetis AIM-AX-CD Embedded Crowd Detection for ARTPEC-4 and Above Axis Cameras

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  • Crowd Detection for ARTPEC-4 and Above Axis Cameras

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The AIM-AX-CD Embedded Crowd Detection for ARTPEC-4 and Above Axis Cameras from Aimetis is designed to detect crowd formations to improve public safety. This software enables you to set max capacity and occupancy levels in specific regions to suit your needs. Additionally, it can integrate with your camera event management system to enable event streaming to VMS and camera actions such as I/O control, notifications, and edge storage.

Suitable for public spaces like retail establishments, lounges, and airports
Improves public safety by detecting the sudden formation of crowds in defined regions of interest
Suitable for businesses and retail establishments to use as a tool to monitor overcrowding and identify bottlenecks to aid in improving service
Simple alarm integration with 3rd-party products
Processes video on Axis camera which reduces VMS server CPU
Application configuration via web browser or VMS directly
Configuration export and import
Analytic features include tracking and alarm mask, analysis resolution, and sensitivity threshold
Metadata can be streamed to a VMS for motion recording and alarms
Compatible with Aimetis Symphony 7.0.5 or higher
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Compatibility Axis ARTPEC-4/5 cameras and video encoders with support for Axis Camera Application Platform (ACAP)
Aimetis Symphony 7.0.5 or higher
Supported Languages English, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Chinese, Swedish
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