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New from VIVOTEK, the IP surveillance product company, are two H.265 Deep Learning fisheye cameras, the FE9191 and FE9391-EV. These two day-and-night 12-megapixel fisheyes provide 360-degree surround views without blind spots and come with VIVOTEK’s self-developed Deep Learning technology, Smart 360 VCA.
This includes Intrusion Detection, Crowd Detection, and Loitering Detection; to turn these surveillance cameras, powered by the company’s people tracking AI engine, the Taiwanese manufacturer says, from capturing devices to advanced notification instruments and in the process reduces false alarms.
The Intrusion-Detection function is to protect any specific area against unauthorised entry. Crowd-Detection can detect and calculate how many persons occupy a given space and triggers alarms when capacity is reached in that area. Finally, Loitering-Detection can detect a person or people remaining too long in any selected area. Both cameras have embedded cyber firm Trend Micro’s anti-intrusion software for network protection.
Shengfu Cheng, Director of Marketing and Product Development Division, VIVOTEK Inc, said: “In the past, surveillance cameras were built to meet security demands. However, how one minimises false alarms remains a challenge in the industry. Thanks to the development of AI, the FE9191 and FE9391-EV smart-fisheye cameras are programmed to learn to differentiate between the motion of people and objects. With the Smart 360 VCA technology, our fisheye cameras extend beyond purely for security applications, instead becoming intelligent devices to analyse how many and how long people stayed in a specific area. We are committed to helping retailers and users improve business management efficiency while securing their assets with accurate identification.”