How to Use IVS Features

How to Use IVS Features

IVS stands for intelligent video system analytics which is the basis of all AI rules associated with your camera. The IVS menu allows you to customize and set IVS rules which allow the camera to produce general behavior analytics and reporting. Please note, an IVS smart plan must be enabled to set up IVS rules. For more information on how to set up a smart plan, click here.

Both IVS rules and Heat Map features can be used simultaneously in the camera however other AI features such as face detection and people counting cannot be activated when enabling IVS or Heat Map. For optimal performance of your IVS features, it is highly recommended to calibrate your IVS detection area using the built-in global setup option on your device. For more information on how to use Global Setup, click here.

For more information about the Heat Map feature for your camera, click here.

The camera features 8 different IVS rules which can be initialized simultaneously on the camera. 

  • Tripwire: This allows the camera to trigger an event if an object, such as a human or vehicle, crosses the set tripwire line. For more information on how to set up a tripwire rule, click here
  • Intrusion: This allows the camera to trigger an event if an object, such as a human or vehicle, appears or crosses a set intrusion area set by the user. For more information on how to set up an intrusion rule, click here
  • Abandoned Object: This allows the camera to trigger an event if an object is placed in a set area for a specified amount of time. For more information on how to set up an abandoned object rule, click here
  • Fast-Moving: This allows the camera to trigger an event if an object, such as a human or vehicle, quickly moves in an area set by the user. For more information on how to set up a fast-moving rule, click here
  • Parking Detection: This allows the camera to trigger an event if an object, such as a motor vehicle is parked in a set area for a specified amount of time. For more information on how to set up a parking detection rule, click here.
  • Crowd Gathering Estimation: This feature is used to detect a group of people that enter or exit a specific area set by the user on the live view screen. For more information on how to set up a crowd gathering estimation rule, click here.
  • Missing Object: This allows the user to set a region around an object and if the object is moved or missing from the set region an alarm will be triggered. For more information on how to set up a missing object rule, click here.
  • Loitering Detection: This feature is used to detect if a person or group is loitering in a specific area set by the user. For more information on how to set up a loitering detection rule, click here.
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