Intelligent surveillance kit for the edge

Intelligent surveillance kit for the edge

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By Julien Happich

With the ever-increasing importance of on-site security, surveillance cameras are installed virtually everywhere, recording footage passively. Smart surveillance takes things to the next level by adding intelligent processing of data that’s already being gathered to analyze traffic with heatmaps, monitor areas with virtual fences, or reacting to data in other ways to allow for automated control or alerting staff on premises. UP Xtreme Smart Surveillance provides all the technology needed to power these applications in one box, working as an AI-enabled NVR solution to proactively monitor video streams supporting up to 32 cameras simultaneously (Intel Core i7 model with Milestone XProtect Express+).

UP Xtreme Smart Surveillance works by integrating video management software (VMS) from Milestone with video analytic software from Saimos, then adding a deep learning AI edge inference through the Intel Distribution of OpenVINO toolkit, to provide a total package solution that saves deployment time and cost for end users, as well as overcoming challenges such as storage issues. The AI inference is also accelerated with two Intel Movidius Myriad X VPUs, helping provide even more power alongside the 8th Generation Intel Core processor that comes with the UP Xtreme system.

Once UP Xtreme Smart Surveillance is installed, the platform is easy to use and provides intuitive analytic parameter settings for users to have a comprehensive overview of the entire surveillance installation. UP Xtreme Smart Surveillance provides key functions to support applications such as people/object counting, heatmapping, virtual fence and perimeter protection, dynamic blurring and object detection. The system uses data analytics and edge computing to provide real time analysis, and can provide proactive measures through alerting relevant staff as soon as an incident is detected.

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