Orwell 2k

analytic surveillance system

Orwell 2k analytic surveillance system is designed for automatic detection and classification of targets (people, vehicles, etc.) and situations (ignition, abandoned objects, etc.) as well as for transmitting video information to the operator in a real-time mode.

The system uses ELVEES NeoTek computer vision algorithms which select the targets and events of interest from video and thermal imaging streams.

The operator receives notifications about events and relevant information (video record, location, instructions) in a real-time mode, which are used to make decisions.

Automation decreases the workload of the operator and increases the efficiency of the system.

Part of the equipment Orwell 2k

Interface

Orwell 2k characteristics

Parameter Value
System architecture: Client-Server
Maximum number of servers in the system: Unlimited
Maximum number of operator workplaces in the system: Unlimited
Maximum number of video cameras in the system: Unlimited
Mode of operation: 24/7
Supported video cameras:
  • IP video cameras
  • Analog video cameras (via video grabbers and IP video servers)
  • USB video cameras
  • IP video servers
Supported control devices:
  • Keyboard
  • Mouse pointing device
  • Joystick devices
  • Touch screens
Other supported devices and systems:
  • Radar stations
  • Thermal imaging all-round cameras
  • Access control system
  • Security alarm system
  • Sensor and relay modules
  • PTZ platforms housing one or two video cameras
Supported compression algorithms:
  • H.264
  • MJPEG
  • MPEG-4
  • MxPEG
Supported resolutions:The resolutions supported by video cameras
The number of video streams received from a video camera: Unlimited
Virtual streaming capability: Yes, unlimited number of streams
Video camera modes:
  • "Fixed master" mode – computer vision algorithms working on a fixed video camera
  • "Slave" mode –working with PTZ video cameras in manual mode or in the mode of automatic aiming at the targets detected by a camera in the "Fixed master" or "Stepped master" modes
  • "Stepped master" mode- automatic discrete scanning of the territory by a PTZ video camera with activated computer vision algorithms
  • "Scanning master" mode – automatic continuous scanning of the territory by PTZ video cameras with automatic panoramic imaging and activated computer vision algorithms
  • "Master-slave" mode – automatic aiming of a PTZ video camera at objects and situations detected by computer vision algorithms of a fixed camera as well as object tracking
  • "Stepped master-slave" mode – automatic aiming of a PTZ video camera at objects and situations detected by computer vision algorithms of a PTZ video camera operating in the "Master-Slave" mode
  • "Extended stepped master" mode – automatic discrete scanning of the territory by a PTZ video camera with activated computer vision algorithms as well as automatic aiming of this camera at detected objects and situations
Methods of PTZ video camera control:
  • Automatically by computer vision algorithms in one of video camera operating modes
  • Using a virtual joystick
  • By clicking the video image from a camera
  • By clicking the video image from a connected camera
  • By clicking the interactive map
  • Using a joystick device
Modes of PTZ video camera control:
  • by presets
  • by coordinates
Map and plan support:
  • 2D plans in bitmap image format
  • Multi-level (tile) maps
  • Map geotagging
  • Unlimited number of maps in the system
  • A hierarchy of nested territory maps and premises plans with floor subdivision
Computer vision algorithms:
  • Object detection and tracking
  • Determining the object movement direction
  • Detection of abandoned objects
  • Detection of disappeared objects
  • Detection of overthrown objects
  • Fire detection
  • Detection of crowds of people
  • Detection of lens covering
  • Detection of lens defocusing
  • Detection of video camera shift
  • Object counting
  • Vehicle license plate number recognition
Types of the recognized targets:
  • A human
  • A group of people
  • A vehicle
  • Fire
  • A thing
Modes of working with the archive:
  • Viewing the archive of a separate video camera or of several video cameras simultaneously
  • Speed playing in forward and backward directions including viewing the archive of several video cameras
  • Pause mode
  • Frame-by-frame viewing in forward and backward directions
Video record export capabilities:
  • AVI, MKV container support
  • Exporting video records with metadata and without them
  • Exporting freeze-frames or a fragment of a freeze-frame
  • Selecting a resolution of a video record or a freeze-frame to be exported
Interface language: Russian, English, Hebrew
Operating system: Microsoft Windows 7 SP1, 8, Server 2008 SP2, 2008 R2 SP1, 2012
Supported DBMSs: Microsoft SQL Server 2012 and more recent versions (others — on request)
The system is applied in the following areas
Secure City
Perimeter guarding

Advantages

Detected situations

 
  • 24/7 all-weather operating mode;
  • automatic real-time detection and classification of targets and situations using the image from video cameras or thermal imaging cameras;
  • automatic aiming at targets and tracking them by PTZ video cameras;
  • forming a database of recognized targets in a real-time mode;
  • displaying mnemonics of moving targets and situations on the map of the object;
  • audio and visual alerting of the operator in the event of the situation of interest;
  • self-testing the system working capacity with alerting in the event of failure of any element of the system;
  • tuning-out false triggering caused by external disturbances;
  • searching the archive by time, target class, camera number, event and operator’s comment;
  • monitoring the operator’s actions to minimize the human factor or confederacy of the operator with trespassers.
  • ignition and fumigation;
  • abandoned objects;
  • overthrown objects;
  • counting the aims crossing a virtual barrier;
  • crossing the line in the preset direction;
  • crowds of people;
  • vehicle license plate number recognition;
  • covering a video camera with foreign objects;
  • red light running;
  • traffic accounting;
  • speed measurements;
  • wrong-way driving;
  • prohibited stopping;
  • driving in a prohibited direction;
  • crossing the street in a prohibited place;
  • other.

If you are interested in purchasing Orwell 2k system,
please, contact:

Denis Rossal

8(495) 648-7823
ext. 3838
drossal@elvees.com

Denis
Rossal
Sales manager

Яндекс.Метрика