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AxxonSoft has launched version 4.4 of the Axxon Next intelligent VMS. This version includes new functions of neural network analytics and camera management, enhanced GUI and Web Client, and many other enhancements and improvements.
Supported body temperature measurement with a number of thermographic camera models. Measurement results appear as captions over video and are saved to an archive. Upon discovering an individual with abnormal body temperature, the camera creates an alarm event, and sends it to Axxon Next. You can set up an auto response scenario to notify operators or responsible staff, start video recording, etc. Based on alarm events, you can quickly find videos of individuals with elevated body temperature.
Based on neural network algorithm for facial recognition, this tool detects the presence or absence of a mask on a face.
Based on Behavior Analytics, close-standing people detection helps in social distancing enforcement. Along with non-contact body temperature measurement and mask detection, this function is included in a dedicated anti-pandemic solution.
Neural tracker recognizes and tracks moving objects of a specified type, e.g., individuals or vehicles. You can further apply Scene Analytics to recognized objects to detect their motion, stopping or loitering in an area, crossing a line, etc. Detection based on the neural tracker can be applied to complex scenes with a large amount of non-relevant detail, whereas classic motion detection would be drowned out by numerous false alarms.
In a specified time interval, the neural tracker counts objects of a specified type within a pre-defined area and generates an alarm event upon reaching/exceeding a specified limit.
The neural network analyzes video and generates data on the postures of people in the FOV. This data is processed by analytical algorithms which are capable of detecting specified postures, such as crouching, lying, shooting, or with hands up.
Posture detection helps recognize potentially dangerous scenarios, such as:
Handrail holding detection helps in labor safety enforcement at production facilities, construction sites, working at height, etc.
Posture detection–based counter tracks the total number of individuals within a specified area and notifies staff upon reaching/exceeding the pre-defined limit.
Added support for neural network acceleration in NVIDIA and Intel GPUs, including Mustang-V100-MX8 (HDDL), Neural Compute Stick 2 and Intel HD Graphics.
This tool reads water level values from measurement scale video. Its output is represented in the camera window with a color-coded level indicator and, as an option, a numerical value. You can use water level detection to monitor levels of any liquid in any basin or container.
Facial recognition now operates in real time. Use the AxxonNet cloud service to create lists of facial templates and synchronize them across all Servers connected to your AxxonNet account. Upon detecting a face, a list-specific response scenario is launched.
You can use this option to create lists of VIP and/or unwanted visitors and automatically notify retail and security staff on their entry.
Axxon Next detection tools are now grouped by type (core, AI, facial, LPR) and compiled into a separate DetectorPack module, subject to independent continuous development and delivery. This makes it possible to download and update required analytics between point releases of VMS. Axxon Next 4.4 includes DetectorPack 3.4.0. See release notes for the full list of features.
The new Web Client functions include:
When you add a camera to your system, you can now quickly set up motion-based recording from on-board Video Motion Detection. For each added camera, the system automatically creates a VMD tool and a rule for automated recording to the specified file. When VMD triggering ends, video recording stops.
You can now include links to other cameras in a camera window. Clicking a link brings you to the linked camera. This function facilitates object tracking between different camera FOVs.
A video wall is a set of display monitors physically and logically connected to act as a single screen. A video wall may include any monitor connected to any Client within the Axxon domain.
In Axxon Next 4.4, you can set up a video wall via a WYSIWYG GUI: monitor images on screen now match their physical layout.
User rights now include an option to manage other Clients’ monitors, not only local ones. On each monitor, you can set up layouts and quickly add cameras by dragging their icons from the Objects panel (Devices tree) or interactive Map. Added hot keys for video walls control.
You can specify coordinates of a camera: latitude, longitude, and bearing. When you add a camera to a geo map, its icon appears in a location that corresponds to its coordinates. On the map, you can now search geo objects by their names. These functions will be useful for large-scale and distributed systems, including Safe City projects.
You can now create a temporary layout that includes cameras selected for Archive (video footage) viewing. This is a convenient tool for simultaneous viewing of multiple camera feeds for event analysis. When another layout is selected, the temporary layout is automatically deleted.
You can now quickly access detection triggering events on any layout with the newly introduced events panel to the right of the camera window. The panel contains the list of most recent detection events from tools created for this particular camera.
For more information on the new features in Axxon Next 4.4, see the release notes. To download installer packages and view documentation and release notes, click here.