Motion sensor transmits data securely

JANUARY 29, 2009--survMotion is a self-contained motion detection sensor that can be used for surveillance and inspection applications.

JANUARY 29, 2009--survMotion is a self-contained motion detection sensor that can be used for surveillance and inspection applications. It performs embedded scene analysis based on arbitrarily shaped, user-definable regions and generates events accordingly. The sensor is suitable for privacy-sensitive applications. It behaves like an application-specific sensor: No video data has ever to leave the camera sensor, only events are transmitted. It uses an open interface to integrate in the user's framework, performing communications via Ethernet and I/O. Low bandwidth requirements allow for autonomous operation.
SmartSurv Vision Systems
Sindelfingen, Germany
www.smartsurv.de

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survMotion

survMotion is a self-contained motion detection sensor for various surveillance applications and beyond. It performs embedded scene analysis based on arbitrarily shaped, user definable regions and generates events accordingly. is suitable for privacy sensitive applications: It behaves like an application specific sensor, no video data has ever to leave the camera sensor, only events are transmitted.

scene analysis
applicable to privacy sensitive areas due to its self-contained nature.
generates events both specific to objects (e.g., EV_OBJ_ENTER) and specific to regions and their transitions (e.g., EV_AOI_CHANGE).
adaptive to illumination changes.
allows for arbitrarily shaped regions.
seamless integration of additional video analysis events in the future, e.g., classification, face detection, activity recognition.

events
event concept with parameterizable logging and analysis.
fully configurable via a comfortable web interface.
concentrates on relevant events instead of raw video streams.

logic
application specific mapping of events to logics, fully decoupled from sensor domain.

i/o
open interface to integrate in customer's framework.
communication via Ethernet and I/O.
low bandwidth requirements, allows for autonomous operation.

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