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1 Video Analytics Version 4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Application Note Document Rev A 06/09

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3 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Application Note

4 Revisions Issue Date Revisions A 06/09 New document. 4

5 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note Contents 1 Introduction Video Analytics Overview Rapid Eye DVR Platform Overview Configuration Tool Live Monitoring Station Forensics Tool Reports Generator Software Features Rapid Eye DVR Configuration User Management Rapid Eye Administrator Assigning User Permissions Setting Up Site(s) Configuring a Rapid Eye DVR Setting Log and Alarm Notification Defining Schedules Defining Holidays and Exceptions Configuring Rules Setting the Alarm Schedule Video Analytics Configuration Setting Up Video Inputs Configuring Video Channels Configuring Each Channel Modifying a Video Channel Setting Up the Scene Setting Up Zone Definitions Configuring Events Adding an Event Associated to a Zone Adding an Event for the Entire Scene Setting Up Camera Groups Adding a Camera Group Uploading the New Configuration to a Server System Setup Setting a Default Alarm Threshold Entering a License Key Configuring the Database Properties Live Monitoring Station Using the Live Monitoring Station Application Alarm Display Document Rev A 5 06/09

6 Contents 5 Forensics Tool Using the Forensics Tool Starting a Search Viewing the Latest Search Results Viewing and Event Key Frames Viewing an Object Trajectory in Alarm/Event Retrieval Retrieving Objects Viewing an Object Snapshot and Object Trajectory Retrieving Frames Viewing Frames Reports Generator Using the Reports Generator Tool Index

7 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note Figures Figure 1-1 Video Analytics on Rapid Eye View Figure 1-2 Live Monitoring Station Figure 2-1 User Management Figure 2-2 Adding a Rapid Eye Site Figure 2-3 Add Connection Figure 2-4 View Maintenance Window Figure 2-5 Events Tab Figure 2-6 Schedules Tab, Define Schedules Figure 2-7 Schedules Tab, Holiday/Exception Figure 2-8 Set Event and Alarm Schedule Figure 3-1 Video Setup Figure 3-2 Video Source Properties Figure 3-3 Channel Setup Window Figure 3-4 Scene Setup Samples Figure 3-5 Channel Setup, Zone Types Figure 3-6 Channel Setup, Event Properties Figure 3-7 Channel Setup, Events Configured Figure 3-8 Camera Group Properties Figure 3-9 Camera Groups Window Figure 3-10 System Setup Figure 3-11 License Key Activation Figure 3-12 Database Properties Figure 4-1 Live Monitoring Station Figure 4-2 Alarm Display Figure 5-1 Forensics Tool Main Window Figure 5-2 Event Retrieval Figure 5-3 Object Search Figure 5-4 Object Retrieval Figure 6-1 Reports Generator, Report Sample for a Camera Group Figure 6-2 Reports Generator, Report Sample for an Individual Camera Figure 6-3 Save the Report Document Rev A 7 06/09

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9 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note Tables Table 1-1 Video Analytics Applications Table 3-1 Scene Types Table 3-2 Zone Definitions Table 4-1 Alarm Display Options Table 5-1 Forensics Tool Search Criteria Table 5-2 Forensics Tool Document Rev A 9 06/09

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11 1 Introduction This document describes the features included in the Video Analytics software embedded on the Rapid Eye Multi-Media DSP systems; specifically, using Rapid Eye View on remote access units. These features are tailored to the Rapid Eye environment, providing you with a seamless graphical user interface (GUI) for video analytics and digital video recording. This document assumes you already have detailed knowledge about the Honeywell Video Analytics software and are familiar with the stand-alone version of the software. For a quick review or more detailed introduction, please refer to the Video Analytics user documentation, particularly the Video Analytics V4 Reference Guide. Video Analytics Overview Honeywell Video Analytics is an intelligent software system for automating video surveillance tasks. The software runs embedded on the Rapid Eye Multi-Media DSP platform to perform real-time surveillance tasks, including: Detection and tracking of moving objects Detection of specific events Triggering alarms Generating video analytics alarm reports automatically and on a scheduled basis Storing events in a database for later search and retrieval Providing video indexing and instantaneous retrieval capabilities that allows users to search for specific types of events or objects detected and stored by the system Rapid Eye DVR Platform Overview Honeywell Video Analytics software is fully embedded onto the Rapid Eye Multi-Media DSP platform. It contains a processing service that analyzes live video from up to eight channels, received from the Rapid Eye DVR. Document Rev A 11 06/09

12 Introduction Video Analytics sessions can be run: While running View After letting the operator run View once, to register his Rapid Eye account, that operator has the option of clicking Start All Programs Honeywell Video Analytics [type of session]. Note For Rapid Eye DVRs offering Video Analytics, LocalView cannot be used to monitor video or to operate the DVR. It can only be used to display the network settings of the unit. To monitor video, use Rapid Eye View software on a remote PC. Rapid Eye View displays up to four Honeywell Video Analytics (HVA) application icons on the Sites toolbar, depending on the rights of the Rapid Eye Operator s permissions. To set up operator permissions, see User Management, page 19). Figure 1-1 Video Analytics on Rapid Eye View Video Analytics applications 12

13 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note Table 1-1 Video Analytics Applications Click this icon To open this session AE Live Monitoring Station AE Forensics Tool For this purpose Receive live video streams from up to eight channels with analytics annotations as well as real-time events and alarms. Connect to the Video Analytics database to conduct search and retrieval of past incidents. AE Configuration Tool Configure specific types of events or alarms for the system to detect in each camera view. Note Honeywell suggests that you use the Configuration Tool first to configure HVA settings; that is, to set up scene objects, zones, and events. These settings must be configured for data to be captured in the database. AE Reports Generator Generate event statistics reports based on user-defined specifications such as a reporting period, counting intervals, and reporting format. Note Trying to use an HVA command on a Rapid Eye unit without HVA only produces a warning message. Configuration Tool The AE Config Tool allows you to configure specific types of events or alarms for the system to detect in each camera view. Chapter 3 explains how to use the AE Config Tool. Note Correct camera placement and software configuration play a critical role for achieving optimal performance and obtaining the maximum benefits from the software. System administrators and site managers should refer to the Video Analytics V4 Reference Guide for detailed information on configuring and using the software. Document Rev A 13 06/09

14 Introduction Live Monitoring Station As live video is being processed, moving objects in the camera view are identified and tracked and real-time events are reported. See Chapter 4 to use AE Live to: View the live processing results from the processing service Monitor currently tracked objects through on-screen display (OSD) Instantaneously view suspicious alarms that are reported (see Figure 1-2) Figure 1-2 Live Monitoring Station 14

15 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note Forensics Tool Detected objects and events/alarms are stored in the database on the server for later review. The Forensics Tool provides an easy-to-use interface to retrieve relevant data from the database based on user defined query. See Chapter 5 to use AE Forensics to: Specify the type of information, video channels, date and time ranges for the search and explore the relationships between objects and events Search for alarms, events, objects, and key frames generated by the Video Analytics engine on the Rapid Eye Search. Both the Live Monitoring Station and the Forensics Tool are essential for the security operator to effectively perform their daily surveillance tasks. For detailed functionality and step-by-step instructions on how to use these client applications, please refer to the Video Analytics V4 Reference Guide. Reports Generator The AE Reports Generator allows the user to generate statistics reports for any system detected events, including counting data as well as surveillance types of events. See Chapter 6 to use AE Reports Generator to generate reports based on selected report parameters and report format. For more detailed functionality and step-by-step instructions on how to use the Video Analytics Reporting Tool, please refer to the Video Analytics V4 Reference Guide. Software Features Video Input Analog camera video inputs received from the Rapid Eye DVR are processed at CIF resolution at up to 30 IPS (real time) per camera depending on the selected resolution. Document Rev A 15 06/09

16 Introduction Object and Event Detection Detected and tracked objects are classified into person, car, or small object, provided that a clear view of the object exists in the video. Users can customize the list of events to be detected in each camera view, set the severity level for each event, and adjust the system alarm threshold. Multiple restricted or directional zones can be defined for each camera view to detect events such as Person entered a restricted zone or Car moving in the wrong direction in the same camera view. Multiple exclusion zones can be defined for each camera view, to exclude processing for specific areas in the field of view. Live Monitoring Objects are highlighted on-screen in real-time as video is being processed on the AE Live client application from the Honeywell Video Analytics software package. Events trigger real-time audio and visual alarms if the severity exceeds the alarm threshold. You can customize event settings and event severity levels for each individual channel. Search and Retrieval All object and event data is stored in a database for future retrieval. Using AE Forensics, you can provide queries based on object type, event type, alarm type, camera name, and time quantifiers to retrieve object and event data. Using the Search, you can provide queries based on alarm type, camera name, and time quantifiers to retrieve alarms. Retrieved events are linked to recorded video, enabling a quick review of scene activity. Report Generation The Reports Generator allows you to generate statistics reports by specifying: Reporting period Intervals Events Selected cameras Reporting style: table or chart Output format, including Text, PDF, Excel, HTML 16

17 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note Reference Material For detailed information on the Video Analytics applications, please refer to the HVA documentation that is available at the operator PC. Click Start All Programs Honeywell Video Analytics Documentation [document title]. Note that some of the material in the HVA documentation does not apply to HVA use from within Rapid Eye. For detailed information on the Rapid Eye DVR, please refer to the documentation provided with your DVR. Document Rev A 17 06/09

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19 2 Rapid Eye DVR Configuration This chapter describes how to configure the Rapid Eye DVR to enable video analytics on selected channels. The process includes the following steps: 1. Set up the Rapid Eye site(s) to which you will connect. 2. Configure the video resolution. 3. Configure camera tamper detection (optional). 4. Set up recording schedules and rules for each analytics channel. This chapter assumes you have a working knowledge of the Rapid Eye DVR. Please refer to the Rapid Eye Multi-Media DVR Installation Guide for more detailed information. Caution The video analytics system utilizes the Rapid Eye DVR to acquire live video inputs from cameras connected to the Rapid Eye DVR. To ensure optimal performance of the DVR system and the embedded video analytics system, it is critical that you follow the configuration steps in the order presented. User Management Rapid Eye Administrator When you launch a Video Analytics application from Rapid Eye View, you are automatically logged on to the remote unit. When you launch a Video Analytics application manually, you can access a remote unit using any Rapid Eye user account, as long as that account has the right permissions. Document Rev A 19 06/09

20 Rapid Eye DVR Configuration Assigning User Permissions To create a user profile and assign permissions: 1. Using Rapid Eye Admin, select the Users tab. 2. Click. The Add User dialog appears. 3. Type in a user name and password in the appropriate fields. 4. Select Rights and site access are based on. 5. Select the permissions you wish this user to have. 6. Click Save and Close. Figure 2-1 User Management 20

21 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note Setting Up Site(s) To set up your Rapid Eye site for future connectivity: 1. Using Rapid Eye Multi-Media Admin, select the Sites tab, then click to add a Rapid Eye site (see Figure 2-2). If prompted to log on, type the user name and password to gain access to Admin. Figure Adding a Rapid Eye Site Click to add a site for future connection 3 2. On the Add Site window, type a unique name for the site in the Site Name field. 3. Click to add the connection. The Add Connection dialog appears. 4. Type in the IP Address of the Rapid Eye DVR in the IP Address field. Document Rev A 21 06/09

22 Rapid Eye DVR Configuration Figure 2-3 Add Connection 5. Click Save and Close. The site automatically populates in the Site Name list (see Figure 2-2). Configuring a Rapid Eye DVR Use Rapid Eye View to configure: Resolution for each connected camera Recording schedule Note Rapid Eye V8.1 supports recording from up to 16 cameras but only 8 channels of video analytics. 1. Launch Rapid Eye View. If prompted to log on, type the user name and password to gain access to configure the DVR. 2. With a site selected on the Sites tab, click to activate the maintenance session. 22

23 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note Figure 2-4 View Maintenance Window Sites list Video Analytics Tool icons Setting Log and Alarm Notification To set how you want to handle events and alarms for each configured channel (camera): 1. On the Events tab, select the ActivEye tab. 2. For each desired camera, Honeywell recommends that you select the Log check boxes to enable log entries when an event or alarm occurs. If Logging is not enabled, you will be able to use AE Forensics but will not be able to see the events and alarms in Rapid Eye View. 3. For each desired camera, select the Alarm check boxes to enable alarm notification when an event or alarm occurs. Note Alarms are specifically Video Analytics alarms, as configured in AE Config, with a severity higher or equal to the set alarm threshold. Events are Video Analytics events, as configured in AE Config, with a severity lower than the set threshold. Document Rev A 23 06/09

24 Rapid Eye DVR Configuration Figure 2-5 Events Tab Defining Schedules You can enable different rules during different hours of the day or days of the week. You need to set up the schedules before creating rules. To define a schedule for monitoring: 1. Select the Schedules tab. 2. Select Define Schedules. 3. In the Schedule field, type in an appropriate name for this schedule. 4. Click Add. Note You must provide a name to activate the Add button. 5. Select the hours you wish monitoring to occur (indicated in blue). 24

25 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note Video analytics tracks events and trigger alarms (if configured) at those times marked in blue (see Figure 2-6). When you first open the Schedules tab, every hour and every day is selected by default. To deselect an hour, click the appropriate box (indicated in white). Figure 2-6 Schedules Tab, Define Schedules Notes About Schedules Schedules set up using Rapid Eye View will generate video analytics events/alarms all the time. These alarms can be viewed in AE Live and AE Forensics. Schedules set up using the Continuous feature only apply to video recording. Schedules set up using the Alarm feature applies to video analytics alarms. This means that video analytics alarms outside of this schedule can be viewed in AE Live but will be filtered out in Rapid Eye View. Video analytics events that is, non-alarms are not affected by any Rapid Eye View schedules. If you wish to restrict events, this can be done by defining day-of-week or time or date constraints using AE Config. See Adding an Event Associated to a Zone on page 38. Defining Holidays and Exceptions You can define days that you want excluded from regular scheduling. For example, in a manufacturing facility, you may wish to capture video from only certain cameras on scheduled holidays. To define holidays and exceptions: 1. Select Holiday/Exception. 2. In the Date field, click the arrow to open a calendar, then select the desired date. Document Rev A 25 06/09

26 Rapid Eye DVR Configuration 3. In the Type drop-down list, select Holiday or Exception. 4. In the Name field you can add a descriptive name (for example, Christmas Day). 5. Click Add. The date automatically populates in the list section. 6. After you make a change to your settings, click Update. Note Only those specific dates in the list will be considered in the Holiday and Exception schedules (see Figure 2-6). Figure 2-7 Schedules Tab, Holiday/Exception Configuring Rules Rules are the criteria that determine the events that trigger alarms and/or events. To configure a rule: 1. Select Response. 2. Select Configure Rule. 1. Click Add. A rule is added to the Response Rules list (see Figure 2-8). 2. Select the check box next to the Rule to activate the Response schedule. 3. In the Trigger section, click each box to indicate which device should respond to the triggered events. 4. In the Response section, click each box for the device that you want the system to respond to events. 26

27 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note If the box is grayed out, it indicates that output is not available for that camera (for example, Presets and Tours do not apply to a non-ptz camera). 5. Select Describe Rule to see a description of the rule you have created. 6. To the right of the Response area you can: Select the Log check box to enable log entries when an event occurs. If Logging is not enabled, you will be able to use AE Forensics but will not be able to see the events and alarms in Rapid Eye View. Select the Alarm check box to enable alarm notification when an event occurs. Specify how long you want to record video after an event, stop video recording after an event, or record as set up by your recording schedule Figure 2-8 Set Event and Alarm Schedule Document Rev A 27 06/09

28 Rapid Eye DVR Configuration Setting the Alarm Schedule Rapid Eye can restrict when any alarms (Rapid Eye and/or video analytics) get generated based on a schedule. To set the alarm schedule: 1. Select Alarm. 2. Select either a schedule to use or Always On to have the system generate alarms at all times. 28

29 3 Video Analytics Configuration This chapter covers how to: Set up the video inputs Configure each channel Configure events for detection Add camera groups Make system setup choices, including setting the default alarm threshold, the time when counts are reset, and the database properties 1. Click on the View toolbar to open the application. The first time you are prompted to select the Config Tool. Browse to the HVA client installation folder, and then select the AEConfigurationToo.exe file. Setting Up Video Inputs The Video setup window has two areas: Video Source a definition section that lists the available video sources and the existing video sources Product License information that displays the number of licenses available for the product packages that are licensed Document Rev A 29 06/09

30 Video Analytics Configuration Figure 3-1 Video Setup Configuring Video Channels To configure a video channel: 1. On the Video Setup tab, double-click a camera in the Video Source list. The Video Source Properties dialog appears (see Figure 3-2). Note If the license on this system provides multiple options (for example, four channels of ActiveAlert Premium and four channels of ActiveAlert Standard), you can select the product option to apply to this channel. 2. Enable this channel. Only enabled channels are processed by the video analytics server and they are counted against used licenses for the assigned product. 30

31 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note 3. In the Image size drop-down list, select the image size of the video sources to be processed by the video analytics server. Options are CIF or QCIF. Note QCIF is typically only used for overhead people counting. 4. Click OK. 5. Repeat step 1 through step 4 for each video source. 6. When you are finished, click Send to server on the Video Setup tab. Figure 3-2 Video Source Properties Note The Rapid Eye DVR can have up to eight channels of embedded video analytics. Each channel must by activated by an individual license. If you attempt to configure a camera and see the following message, it means there is no license associated with that channel. Document Rev A 31 06/09

32 Video Analytics Configuration Configuring Each Channel On the Channel Setup tab, you can customize the setting for each video input channel independently, including: Select a video channel Define the scene type Define zones and directions for event detection Customize the event list Figure 3-3 shows the two areas in the Channel setup page: Scene/Zones setup and Event definitions. Figure 3-3 Channel Setup Window 32

33 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note Traffic Light Icons The traffic light icon on the Channel setup page (see Figure 3-3) indicates if a channel is new, partially configured, or fully configured. Traffic Light Icon Indicates Channel is fully configured. The server will detect all analytics events configured for this channel. Channel is only partially configured, with no complete scene object, zone, and event setup. To see which configuration steps are missing, click the yellow light. A new channel has been added and has not yet been configured. Modifying a Video Channel To change the settings of a video channel: 1. From the Select Camera drop-down list, select a camera to change the settings for the corresponding channel. Each video input channel can have a separate list of events, scene setup, and associated zones. 2. Click Update image below the image display any time to update the live image. You may find this button quite useful during channel setup. Setting Up the Scene On the Scene Setup sub page you can provide information about the scene in the input video. There are two kinds of scene information: Types of objects expected in the scene Minimum size of these objects in the various parts of the scene Document Rev A 33 06/09

34 Video Analytics Configuration To select one of the three scene types, click the corresponding checkbox (see Figure 3-4): Table 3-1 Scene Types Scene with people Scene Types Description For scenes that contain human activities. This selection can co-exist with Scene with cars if you are monitoring both human and vehicular activities in the camera view. Scene with cars Overhead counting For scenes that contain vehicular activities. This selection can co-exist with Scene with people. Strictly used for counting people in an overhead camera view. This feature requires a very specific setup procedure to achieve the best performance. Please refer to the Video Analytics Reference Guide. Caution Correct camera placement and software configuration play a critical role for achieving optimal performance and obtaining the maximum benefits from the video analytics software. System administrators and site managers should refer to the Video Analytics Reference Guide for details on how to configure and use the software. 34

35 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note Figure 3-4 Scene Setup Samples Scene with People/Cars Sample Overhead Counting Sample Document Rev A 35 06/09

36 Video Analytics Configuration Setting Up Zone Definitions Select the Zones tab in the Channel setup window to set up zones. The available zones may differ from one product package to another. Table 3-2 Scene Types Exclusion Object-block Restricted Direction Trespass Fence Inside Outside Zone Definitions Description The system completely ignores any activities in the zone. The system filters out possible false alarms that are confined in a localized area, such as wildly waving tree branches or object reflection on a reflective surface The system detects entry, exit, parking, and loitering in the zone. The system detects motion in the wrong direction. The system detects trespassing of a virtual perimeter. The system detects a person climbing on a fence. These paired groups are used to count the number of instances of entering and exiting between the two groups of zones. Car lane counter Detection Asset U-turn Handicapped Shoulder Theft The system counts the number of cars passing through individual lanes on the highway. Used for some premium events, including Object left unattended, Person running, and Vehicle speeding to mark the area where the detection is in effect. The system detects an asset being removed from the scene. The system detects cars making illegal u-turns. The system detects parking in the zone. The system detects a car pulling off the road, which often indicates the need for assistance. The system detects suspicious shopper behavior when the shopper reaches in to the shelf and quickly grabs too many items of merchandise. Caution Inside zones must not overlap with outside zones, and vice versa. Failure to abide by this rule will result in incorrect system functioning. All other zones can be completely separate, partially overlapping, or fully overlapping. For more information, please refer to the Video Analytics Reference Guide. 36

37 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note Figure 3-5 Channel Setup, Zone Types Zoom tooltip icons Scrollbars Zoom Tooltip On the Zones tab, there are zoom tooltips that allow for zooming in and out of the image. Use them to help better define the zone, especially when a precise zone boundary is required. Each time you click the zoom-in icon, the image is magnified 2x. Point and drag the entire image or use the scroll bars to move to the desired area in the image where you want to place a zone. Document Rev A 37 06/09

38 Video Analytics Configuration Configuring Events After the video source and the number of input video channels are selected in the Video setup page, the default list of events to be detected appears in the Event List window in the Event Definitions area. The Event Definitions area allows you to customize your settings for event detection. Adding an Event Associated to a Zone To add an event that is associated with a zone, in the Zones tab, click Add Zone Event. Those events that are associated with the selected zone are listed for detection. An Event Properties dialog appears (see Figure 3-6) where you can input: Severity level Time conditions (date, time, day of the week) Associated zones (when applicable) of the event Figure 3-6 Channel Setup, Event Properties Event Properties, showing some of the Event type drop-down list options 38

39 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note For zone definitions, see Table 3-2. For example, you can define an enter event relative to a restricted zone and set a high severity at night and have another enter event with a low severity during the day. Adding an Event for the Entire Scene To add an event that does not require a zone, in the Event Definition area, click Add to open the Event Properties dialog. Customize the event as desired. This type of event is applied to the entire scene. Figure 3-7 Channel Setup, Events Configured When you are finished setting up the events and associating zones, click Next>> to advance to the Camera groups tab. Alternatively, select the Camera groups tab. Document Rev A 39 06/09

40 Video Analytics Configuration Setting Up Camera Groups Cameras can be grouped based on their spatial proximity or functional similarity to enable specific features in the software. Camera groups can be used to: Combine counting data of all cameras in the same camera group Provide statistics reports based on camera groups in the Reports Generator Adding a Camera Group 1. On the Camera groups tab, click Add Camera Group. The Camera Group Properties dialog appears (see Figure 3-8). 2. In the Group name field, type in a unique name for this group of cameras. 3. In the Unassigned cameras list, highlight a camera(s), then click >>> to move the camera to the Group cameras list. Figure 3-8 Camera Group Properties 4. Click OK to return to the Camera groups tab. Your new camera group automatically populates in the Camera Groups list. 5. Add more camera groups, as desired. 40

41 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note Figure 3-9 Camera Groups Window Uploading the New Configuration to a Server You must upload your changes to the video analytics server to have them take effect. 1. Click Send to server. 2. Click Next>>. Alternatively, you can wait until you finish all the changes in the Configuration Tool and then submit all the changes to the server at the same time. Document Rev A 41 06/09

42 Video Analytics Configuration System Setup Some settings are system-wide and can be configured on the System Setup tab, including: Setting the default alarm threshold Enabling and set the time when the counts are reset Entering the license key Configuring the database properties Figure 3-10 System Setup Setting a Default Alarm Threshold Any event with severity level equal to or greater than the alarm threshold generates an alarm in real-time. You can set the global alarm threshold from the Alarm Threshold drop-down list (see Figure 3-10). This threshold applies to all the channels being processed by the analytics server. Select the alarm threshold (from 1 to 10, 1 being the lowest priority) that is suitable for your operation. The default alarm threshold is set to 4. Entering a License Key Your license key can vary in length depending on the number of product packages your system is licensed for. The license key string controls the number of licenses and expiration date for each product package in your license. To activate a license key: 1. On the System setup tab (see Figure 3-10), click Enter license key. 2. To receive a valid license key, you must provide the Server ID to 3. Type in the license key, then click OK. 4. Make sure the connection to the server has been established. Click Send to server to send the updated license key to the server. After a successful upload, the new license is in effect. 42

43 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note Figure 3-11 License Key Activation Configuring the Database Properties To ensure continuous system operations, the system automatically monitors disk usage on the server and manages the size of the recording database. To view and modify the database properties: 1. On the System setup tab (see Figure 3-10), click Database Properties. The Database Properties dialog appears (see Figure 3-12). 2. Set the minimum free disk space and the number of days of records to keep on the server. 3. You can also specify the time for daily database maintenance to the hour. Honeywell recommends that you specify a time when there is a minimum load on the server; that is, when the scenes are quiet. 4. Click OK. 5. Click Send to server to upload the changes to the server. The message Database properties set indicates that the change has been successfully uploaded. Changes are in effect at the next database maintenance time. Figure 3-12 Database Properties Document Rev A 43 06/09

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45 4 Live Monitoring Station Live Monitoring Station is essential for the security operator to effectively perform their daily surveillance tasks. As live video is being processed, moving objects in the camera view are identified and tracked and real-time events are reported. Using Live Monitoring Station, you can view the live processing results from the connected servers, such as monitoring tracked objects and receiving all the detected events through on-screen display. Suspicious events and alarms are also reported instantaneously through visual and audio announcements. Using the Live Monitoring Station Application To use the Live Monitoring Station, click the application. on the Rapid Eye View toolbar to open Alternatively, you can launch Live Monitoring Station manually from the Start menu and use your RapidEye user name and password to connect to up to three Analytics servers. Figure 4-1 shows one camera only. There are six areas of interest in the Live Monitoring Station: Server Status Display Control Video Display Panels Event Display Threshold Settings Image Display Document Rev A 45 06/09

46 Live Monitoring Station Figure 4-1 Live Monitoring Station Table 4-1 describes the alarm display fields. Table 4-1 Field Audio alarms Alarm Display Options Description Select to hear a voice announcement whenever an alarm is received from the connected analytics servers, regardless of whether the channel is displayed. Show alarm popup Show alarm video Show group counts Displays a red alarm window on the upper left corner of the screen (see Figure 4-2) the moment an alarm is received from the servers, regardless of whether the channel is displayed on the video display panels. Displays the most recently alarmed camera window whenever an alarm is received, regardless of whether the channel is displayed on the video display panels. The red bounding box overlaid in the key frame shows the object that triggered the alarm. Displays the total enter and exit counts per camera group. 46

47 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note Alarm Display Whenever an alarm is received for a camera that is currently displayed on the screen, a red alarm bar appears below the camera image with blinking text announcing the type of alarm. At the same time, the objects involved in the alarm are also highlighted in a blinking red overload on the video image to alert the user (see Figure 4-2). Figure 4-2 Alarm Display Document Rev A 47 06/09

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49 5 Forensics Tool As live video is being processed, moving objects in the camera view are identified and tracked and real-time events are reported. These detected objects and events are stored in the database on the server for later review. The Forensics Tool provides an easy-to-use interface to retrieve relevant data from the database based on user-defined query. You can specify: The type of event or alarm Severity level Video channel (camera number) Date and time range for the search An object type for searching by camera and date and time Using the Forensics Tool To use the Forensics Tool to retrieve data, click toolbar to open the application. on the Rapid Eye View The four areas in the GUI for live retrieval are: Search Definition (containing multiple drop-down lists) Query Results Frame Display Two Object Display windows Document Rev A 49 06/09

50 Forensics Tool Figure 5-1 Forensics Tool Main Window Starting a Search To search the database: 50

51 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note 1. Define the query by setting some or all of the following fields: Table 5-1 Field Time Zone Retrieve Type Camera Severity Zone 1 Zone 2 Start End Forensics Tool Search Criteria Description Perform the search using the Server Time, Local Time, or GMT (UTC, Greenwich Mean Time) Select to search for Alarms, Events, Objects, or image Frames Refine a search using a type of event alarm, or object. The default is All Types. Select one or more cameras. The default is All Cameras. Retrieve events or alarms at the designated severity level. Further refine a search for events or alarms associated with a specific zone. For an event that links two zones, define the second zone in addition to Zone 1 that is associated with the event. Specify the start time of a search period. Specify the end time of a search period. 2. Click Search to start the search. The search results display in the Query Results area on the right side of the screen. The total number of results that match the search query are shown in the text bar above Query Results. Note Narrow your search parameters to retrieve fewer search results. Viewing the Latest Search Results To view the latest alarm/event, object, or frame search results: 1. Under the Query Results area, click Event Results, Object Results, or Frame Results. 2. The Query Results display returns to the last event, object, or frame search results. Document Rev A 51 06/09

52 Forensics Tool After retrieval, the Query Results list displays: Table 5-2 Forensics Tool Detection Type Alarm or Event Object Retried Data Displays This Information Camera name Alarm or event type Severity level Associated objects Timestamp Key frame with object bounding box(es) overlaid Bitmaps of objects Camera name Object type Timestamp when the object enters and exits the scene Bitmap of object Object trajectory within the camera field of view List of events linked to the object 3. Click the column title to sort the result list in ascending or descending order. The default result list is ordered by camera name. Viewing and Event Key Frames To view the key frame of an event: 1. Click the event to highlight it in the Query Results area. The event key frame displays in the Frame Display area on the lower left of the screen. The date and time of the key frame displays in the Date/Time field above the key frame. If the event is associated with any zone, the zone is also overlaid on the key frame. 2. On the right side of the Frame Display, the snapshots of object(s) involved in this event also display in the Object Display area. 52

53 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note Figure 5-2 Event Retrieval 287 Events 22 Alarms Camera People passed by Person 28 Camera Merged Person 28 Camera 1 3 Person 28 Started moving slowly 1 Camera 1 3 Person 30 Stopped moving in wrong 2 Camera 1 X 4 Person 30 Entered restricted zone 2 Camera Split Person 28 Camera People passed by Person 28 Camera 1 2 Person 28 Stopped Camera 1 2 Person 28 Stopped moving slowly Camera 1 3 Person 38 Started moving Camera Merged Person 28 Camera Split Person 28 Camera People passed by Person 28 Viewing an Object Trajectory in Alarm/Event Retrieval To view the object trajectory during alarm or event retrieval: 1. Click Object History at the bottom of the Object Display area. The trajectory of the object is overlaid on the alarm or event key frame in the Frame Display area. 2. To view all the events of a specific object, click Event History under its snapshot in the Object Display area. The Query Results area refreshes to list all the events of this object. When an event in the list is selected, its corresponding frame when the event was detected also shows in the Frame Display area on the lower left of the screen. 3. An Event Comment dialog appears. Enter the comment for the alarm or event in the Comment: field. 4. Click OK to close the dialog. Document Rev A 53 06/09

54 Forensics Tool Retrieving Objects To retrieve objects: 1. Select Objects from the Retrieve drop-down list. Figure 5-3 Object Search 2. Click Search. 3. If required, refine the search by specifying the object type, camera, and search time range. The Query Results area displays camera, object ID, object type, enter time, exit time, and comment fields for the retrieved objects. 4. Click the column title to sort the result list in ascending or descending order. The default result list is ordered by camera name. Viewing an Object Snapshot and Object Trajectory To view the snapshot of an object: 1. Click to highlight the object in the Query Results list. The object snapshot displays in the Object Display area for Object 1. At the same time, both the bounding box and the object trajectory are overlaid on the representative key frame in the Frame Display area. 2. To add a comment to an object, double-click the object in the Query Results area. An Object Comment dialog appears. Enter the comment for the alarm or event in the Comment: field. 3. Click OK to close the dialog. 54

55 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note Figure 5-4 Object Retrieval Retrieving Frames To retrieve frames: 1. Select Frames from the Retrieve drop-down list. 2. Click Search. 3. If required, refine the search by specifying a camera and search time range. The results display in the Query Results area. For the retrieved frames, the results show camera and date/time information for each frame. 4. Click the column title to sort the list in ascending or descending order. The default result list is ordered by camera name. Document Rev A 55 06/09

56 Forensics Tool Viewing Frames To view a retrieved frame, click and highlight the frame in the Query Results area. The frame displays in the Frame Display area on the lower left corner of the screen. The date and time of the frame is shown in the Date/Time field above the frame. 56

57 6 Reports Generator The Reports Generator provides statistical report generation for any of the events detected in the system, including counting data as well as surveillance types of events. This chapter describes how to use the Reports Generator to generate reports. Note To print reports, there must be at least one printer connected to the PC where Reports Generator is used. Using the Reports Generator Tool To generate reports: 1. Click on the Rapid Eye View toolbar. 2. Specify: Field For location Description Site name Reporting period Reporting interval Every 1, 5, 15, 30 minutes, 1, 2, 4, 8, 12 hours, 1 day, 1 week Event: select from 45 events List of cameras or camera groups Selected event and zone Reporting type Reporting format Chart or table PDF, HTML, Excel, Text Document Rev A 57 06/09

58 Reports Generator Note You must select at least one camera or camera group to generate the report. 3. Click Generate. Figure 6-1 shows an example of a report request, based on an Entered event from a camera group. Figure 6-1 Reports Generator, Report Sample for a Camera Group Figure 6-2 shows an example of a report request, based on an Object left unattended event. from individual cameras. 58

59 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note Figure 6-2 Reports Generator, Report Sample for an Individual Camera 4. You are prompted to save the report (see Figure 6-3). a. In the File name field, type the desired file name. b. If desired, change the default destination directory where the report is to be filed. c. Click Save. A progress bar displays indicating the report is being saved. Figure 6-3 Save the Report Document Rev A 59 06/09

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61 Video Analytics V4 Rapid Eye DVR Integration Applicatiion Note Index A AE Config defined 13 described 13 AE Forensics defined 13 described 15 search criteria 51 using 49 AE Live alarms display 47 defined 13 described 14, 16 using 45 AE Reports Generator defined 13 described 16 explained 15 using 57 alarm notification enabling 23 alarms displayed on AE Live 46, 47 search results 51 setting schedule 27 viewing object trajectory 53 analytics applications, defined 13 overview 11 asset zone, defined 36 C camera groups configuring 40 properties 40 car lane counter zone 36 channel adding 30 changing settings 33 configuring 32 configuration, uploading 41 D database, searching 50 detection zone, defined 36 direction zone, defined 36 E event detection 16 events adding to a zone 38 configuring 38 entire scene 39 retrieving data 16 search results 51 setting schedule 27 severity level 38 viewing frames 52 viewing object trajectory 53 exclusion zone, defined 36 F fence zone, defined 36 frames searching 55 viewing 52 H handicapped zone, 36 holidays, setting 25 I inside zone, defined 36 K key frames, viewing 52 L Live Monitoring Station explained 16 Document Rev A 61 06/09

62 using 45 logs, enabling 23 O object detection 16 object-block zone 36 objects retrieving data 16 search results 51 searching 54 viewing trajectory 53, 54 outside zone, defined 36 R reports generating 15, 57 saving 59 Reports Generator, using 57 response rules, setting 26 restricted zone, defined 36 S scene types 34 schedules defining 24 events 27 setting alarm 27 searching criteria 51 database 50 objects/events 16 viewing results 51 severity 38 shoulder zone, defined 36 sites, configuring 21 T theft zone, defined 36 trespass zone, defined 36 U user management 19 user permissions 20 u-turn zone, defined 36 V video analytics applications, defined 13 overview 11 video input changing settings 33 resolution 15 setting up 32 View logging on 22 maintenance window 23 Z zone definitiions 36 zones asset 36 car lane counter 36 detection 36 direction 36 exclusion 36 fence 36 handicapped 36 inside 36 object-block 36 outside 36 restricted zone 36 shoulder 36 theft 36 trespass 36 u-turn 36 62

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