Brickcom introduces IVA technology

Hsinchu, Taiwan

Brickcom Corporation is introducing the Brickcom Superb Detective – intelligent video analysis (IVA) technology, including intrusion detection, tamper detection, object status change detection and people counting. IVA technology not only improves the usability of video analysis, but also is able to extend the application to different fields allowing the user to have a better experience through controlling more detail with less costs.

Brickcom IVA technology offers an intrusion detection function that allows users to choose numerous areas to trigger the device to monitor those regions. The device will send a real-time alert to the user when a suspicious object appears in the secured zone. The solution also features a tampering alarm technology; it will automatically alert security staff if the device is being damaged purposely or being interfered with, which allows staff to protect the camera against violence. The active tamper alarm detects incidents including out of focus, scene too dark, scene too bright and interference sensitivity.

The object status change detection function offers users the ability to focus on several objects and set up an alert area to protect important objects. Whilst the object status is changing, the camera will send an alarm to inform the users that the property may have been removed.  In addition, the Brickcom IVA solution can also provide a people counting feature for users to define an area and count the number of people to monitor the pedestrian traffic. With real-time notification, this allows users to improve marketing strategies for example or facilities management, staffing, security, and so on. This particular feature is applicable to the high performance and resolution camera series only and will become available in Q4. 

The IVA technology is supported by the Brickcom high performance and resolution camera series, universal series (VD-300Np Star, OB-300Np Star, FB-200Np and MD-300Np Star) and the budget series (VD-202Ne and OB-202Ne) due to be on the market from Sept. 2015. This brandnew solution will help users to increase surveillance quality with an immediate notification when normal camera operation is disturbed or detects threats. IVA technology benefits users with a comprehensive and efficient event detection and alarm system. 


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