macroscopMacroscop has the largest variety of developed intelligent modules. One of unique module – Similar Objects Interception. Online search or interactive search in archive quickly finds required fragments of video by photo, pattern, position in the frame, object size, form, color, signs including search by multiple cameras and search for people in groups.In order to expand the functionality of your video surveillance system, you may connect intelligent modules to Macroscop’s IP camera software.

  • The face detection, similar object interactive search and interception, left luggage and tracking modules are included with Macroscop ST for free of charge. Other modules are optional and to be bought separately.
  • All intelligent modules may be connected to Macroscop LS for a fee.
  • Intelligent modules may not be used with Macroscop ML.

Significantly speed up and simplify object searches in the archive.

Upload a photo of the object into the software (person, car, any moving object) or indicate its color, dimensions, position in the frame, and the system will output all objects contained in archival recordings from every camera that are similar to it. In the interception mode, the system will sound an alarm should a similar object appear in the field of view of a camera.

Capabilities:

  • Assign exact object dimensions or do so interactively in the frame;
  • Interactively assign a location in the frame as a search criteria;
  • Assign object searches using photographs or by shape from the archive;
  • View video fragments that show the desired object when they appeared in the frame;
  • Searches for objects by color. Perform searches for several colors at the same time;
  • Save video fragments in AVI format.

What You Need to Do:

  • Install IP video cameras at each facility where interactive search is required.
  • Install Macroscop LS or ST software with the interactive search module. The cost of the module depends on the number of IP cameras that will be performing interactive searches and object interception;
  • Connect IP video cameras to a server with Macroscop software and intelligent interactive search module for each camera where the function will be in use.

The Crowd Counter Module warns of dangerous situations and mass unrest on city streets, in squares, parks, train stations, retail locations and in other public spaces. The function automatically notifies the operator should the quantity of people exceed an indicated limit. Two limit values may be indicated that will generate an “Attention” or “Alarm” signal.

For more information on pricing of the software and module, please go to the sales department.

What You Need to Do:

  • Install IP video cameras at each facility where Crowd Counter Module is required.
  • Install Macroscop LS or ST software with the Crowd Counter Module. The cost of the module depends on the number of IP cameras;
  • Connect IP video cameras to a server with Macroscop software and Crowd Counter Module for each camera where the function will be in use.
Automatically select faces from the video stream. Select those cameras and times when faces coming into the cameras’ view should be being observed and receive a database of faces. Choose a face of interest and then watch all video archives where this face appeared.

Capabilities:

  • Watch video fragments relating to when a face was detected;
  • View video fragments that show the desired object when they appeared in the frame;
  • Search for and display all faces detected during a specific period of time;
  • Save images in JPG format and print them out.

What You Need to Do:

    • Install IP cameras above every passageway where face detection is required;
    • Install Macroscop LS or ST software with the face detection module. The cost of the module depends on the number of IP cameras that will be in operation for face detection;
    • Connect IP video cameras to a server with Macroscop software and intelligent face detection module for each camera where the function will be in use.

The Heat Map Module allows to create heat maps based on traffic in different areas of the frame.

For more information on pricing of the software and module, please go to the sales department.

What You Need to Do:

  • Install IP video cameras at each facility where Heat Map Module is required.
  • Install Macroscop LS or ST software with the Heat Map Module. The cost of the module depends on the number of IP cameras;
  • Connect IP video cameras to a server with Macroscop software and Heat Map Module for each camera where the function will be in use.

Designed to automatically recognize and record license plates that enter an IP camera’s field of view.

Capabilities:

  • Recognizes license plates at parking lots or on highways;
  • Synchronizes with lifting gates to control entry or exit (automatically opens the gate or signals the operator);
  • Creates indexes of license plates with black and white lists;
  • Archives license plates, watch archive recordings;
  • Interception groups
  • Limits access rights;
  • Determine direction of travel.

What You Need to Do:

  • Install IP video cameras at each entry point where license plate recognition is required;
  • Install Macroscop LS or ST software with the required version of the license plate recognition module (for parking lots or highways). The cost of the module depends on the number of IP cameras that will be performing license plate recognition.
  • Connect IP video cameras designed to perform license plate registration to a server with Macroscop software and the right license plate recognition software version installed (for parking lots or highways).

Determine the number of entering and exiting visitors with the aid of video surveillance cameras.

Capabilities:

  • Determine the number of entering and exiting visitors with the aid of IP cameras;
  • Receive accurate statistics on the number of those entering, exiting, and currently located in the store in real time and for a specific period of time;
  • Create reports and graphs for given parameters (hour, day, month, year, for several cameras);
  • Export data in CVS format (which is compatible with Microsoft Excel, for example);
  • Count objects of any size (you may count not only people, but also cars, animals, etc.);
  • Receive data simultaneously from various points of entry and create report tables both at the facility and off-site via the Internet.

What You Need to Do:

  • Install IP video cameras over each entrance or passageway where visitor counts are required;
  • Install Macroscop LS or ST software with the people counting module. The cost of the module depends on the number of IP cameras that will be in operation counting visitors;
  • Connect IP video cameras to a server with Macroscop software and intelligent people counting module for each camera where the function will be in use.

The Sabotage Detection Module detects camera defocusing, turn away, illumination and overlap.

For more information on pricing of the software and module, please go to the sales department.

It is provided free of charge with Macroscop ST.

Subbotage

The PTZ camera control module saves money on additional equipment and controls movement with the use of a standard gaming joystick.

Fisheye Dewarping Module allow to expand an image from the FishEye  camera in three versions: as a pie pan, in simulation PTZ mode, in 4×90 mode. Expansion in real time and while playing archive.

What You Need to Do:

  • Install IP video cameras at each facility where  PTZ or/and Fisheye Dewarping are required.
  • Install Macroscop software with PTZ or/and Fisheye Dewarping Module . The cost of the modules depends on the number of IP cameras = channels;
  • Connect IP video cameras to a server with Macroscop software and PTZ or/and Fisheye Dewarping module for each camera where the functions will be in use.
The face recognition module automatically identifies optimal portraits from the video stream (reference images). Such images are stored in a database for subsequent identification. Highly-accurate recognition is possible due to the application of innovative technology that biometrically indexes facial features.

Capabilities:

  • Face recognition in real time and when working with archives;
  • Adding and deleting faces from the reference image database;
  • Face search in the database;
  • People search in the archive using photographs;
  • Searching portions of a recording corresponding to a section where face recognition occurred;
  • Displays recognition statistics;
  • Printing and saving photographs of recognized faces to bmp- or jpeg-format files.

What You Need to Do:

  • Install IP cameras above every passageway where face recognition is required. Camera specifications and viewing angle should comply with specified requirements;
  • Install Macroscop LS or ST software with the face recognition module. The cost of the module is based on the number of IP cameras that will be in operation recognizing faces and the number of faces in the database (from 1,000 to 1,000,000);
  • Connect IP video cameras to a server with Macroscop software and intelligent face recognition module for each camera where the function will be in use.

The Queue Counter Module warns an operator when a number of people in the queue exceeds a predetermined figure. There are up to six independent detection zones available per one camera .

The Left Luggage Detection Module detects left objects and highlights them up on the screen.

It is provided free of charge with Macroscop ST.

Left luggage

The audio stream processing module records and plays audio streams back from an unlimited number of cameras.  Effectuate duplex (two-way) connections with several camera models.

It is provided free of charge with Macroscop ML.

Tracks moving objects within the camera’s field of view.

Capabilities:

  • Tracks moving objects within the camera’s field of view;
  • Sounds the alarm in the event a line is crossed, moving into a zone, or an object remaining in a zone for an extended period;
  • Searches the archive for alarming events and video fragments where a security line was crossed or someone entered a zone;
  • Interactively searches the archive for anything crossing a line the operator decides to create.

What You Need to Do:

  • Install IP video cameras at each facility where observation is required;
  • Install Macroscop LS or ST software with the tracking module. The cost of the module depends on the number of IP cameras that will be in operation tracking objects;
  • Connect IP video cameras to a server with Macroscop software and intelligent tracking module for each camera where the function will be in use.

It is provided free of charge with Macroscop ST.

The Smoke and Fire Detection Module detects the presence (emergence) of smoke and/or fire.