Axxon Next video management software incorporates a powerful system for analysis of video images. It includes the following video detection tools:
In addition to the video detection tools, Axxon Next has two audio detectors:
The powerful tools for analyzing the incoming video and audio data allow Axxon Next recognize a variety of user-defined situations. One of the following actions can be selected as a response to triggering of detection tools or security sensors connected to the cameras:
A properly configured system requires minimum of intervention in its work, while it is recording all the important events in the video archive and attracting the operators attention to alarm events (i.e. events that result in switching to alarm processing mode). Process automation of the Axxon Next video management system represents an indispensable aid to the operator, reducing his fatigue and preventing him from missing any important events.
The Axxon Next video detection tools are configured in visual mode. Upon specifying the areas, lines, and other parameters of the tool operation within the scene and clicking Apply, the user will see at once how will this detection tool work with the video stream coming from the camera - all scenes that triggered the tool will be displayed in real-time in a special area of the screen.
This will allow adjusting, if necessary, the configuration settings and to ensure that the detector works exactly as required by the user.
The Camera Tampering and Failure Detection tools do not need high frame rates to be effective. That is why not all of the video stream is decoded for these tools now: only keyframes (H.264, MPEG) or a limited number of frames, at 2 fps (MJPEG) are decoded.
This reduces the burden on the video server CPU and thus allows handling more video channels on a single server.