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04/03/2012

Airlive new intelligent video surveillance recording software

Taipei, Taiwan

Airlive, one of the most advanced worldwide brands for networking and communication equipments, introduces intelligent video surveillance recording software, Airlive CamPro Professional, which is designed to meet most demands for professional installations. The Professional version greatly enhances the video analysis functions that can be applied to diverse surveillance scenarios.
Airlive’s 'CamPro Professional' provides intelligent video analytics which employs algorithms and vector partitioning to detect unexpected movement or unusual behaviour that may pose a threat to people, property and infrastructure. The software filters and interprets data captured by existing IP and CCTV cameras in circumstances where a human observer would struggle to assess developments as they arise. The analysis can be performed in real-time or retrospectively in playback for evidential purposes. CamPro Professional bundled with CMS software, which supports not only Airlive's IP camera, but also cameras from most of the main stream brands.

The Airlive CamPro Professional is especially useful in applications where there is potential for vandalism. The tampering detection function which provide alarm functionality enables security staff to detect disrupted IP camera operation, by automatically alerting the operator when a camera is manipulated in any way. If the intruder tries to move the IP camera to the other side, the Airlive CamPro Professional will recognize the attack and send out the alarm on the screen or via digital output devices. CMS software can support both CamPro Professional and NVR. It adds scalability to the existing NVR and also provides advance functions such as multi-monitor display, E-Map Monitor and intelligent video analytics.

The Airlive CamPro Professional offers a number of intelligent video applications that support security operators in their daily work by solving real-world video surveillance challenges. Like, the object loss detection i.e it can be used to safe guard a piece of art or important object; Foreign object detection i.e. When some suspicious objects stay in front of the camera, the CamPro Professional will post a warning for reminding the security guard; Tripwire detection i.e. When an object moves across the line, the system will send alarm. It can be set to detect one direction or both directions. Another application like Object counting; Face detection; Image enhancement function, with this function, user can improve the image quality in a foggy or raining day. Furthermore, a broad range of intelligent video applications that work not only with Airlive’s IP Cameras, but also compatible with most IP cameras in the Market.

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