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Smart camera embedded processor supports real-time detection, classification and tracking

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It requires no external compute resources and the company claims the engine makes no compromise on performance and analyses all pixels in HD video in real time.

For example, any number of people and their poses can be simultaneously detected and tracked based on a set of models of the head, upper and full body. This enables an unprecedented ability to analyse the presence, motion and behaviour of individuals and groups within a very wide range of environments.

The system copes very well with both day and night conditions, variable lighting, background motion and complex scenes.

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