Pedestrians detection and counting

Pedestrians detection and counting

The appearance of moving objects (pedestrians) in areas where their movement is prohibited can cause an emergency or traumatic situation. In addition, the presence of strangers in protected areas is an alarming signal. RoadAR identifies these incidents and generates instant alerts so you can take action in a timely manner.

Solution metrics

  • Multiple zones on one camera

    Recognition accuracy

    Accuracy measured on test videos in the daytime

  • Up to 2/day

    False positive

    Number of false positives per day per camera

  • 10 FPS


    Frames per second

  • FullHD

    Video quality

    Recommended video stream quality

Technology Description

The presence of pedestrians in the controlled area is far from always possible to determine visually if the surveillance system includes many cameras and areas on the object. When using the classical system, to effectively solve this problem, an increase in the number of operators is required. At the same time, the costs of the enterprise increase or the accuracy decreases.

At the same time, the timely detection of pedestrians in areas where they are forbidden to be is critically important. If we are talking about the area where the equipment works, the appearance of people in it is fraught with serious injuries. For protected areas, the detection of a foreign object means a violation of the perimeter and a threat to security.

RoadAR video analytics automatically recognizes the presence of pedestrians in controlled areas and creates alerts. Thus, one operator can monitor any number of zones. This makes the video surveillance system as economical as possible and at the same time effective.

  • Increase security without additional investment.
  • Flexible configuration of response scenarios, the ability to set the boundaries of the monitored zones

Features of the technology

  • Instant recognition

  • Automatic notification

  • Customization

  • Multiple zones on one camera

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