A behavioural video analytics system can generally be categorized into five functional categories: violence detection, suspicious activity, crowd behaviour, traffic monitoring, and environmental and personal safety, such as fire detection. A more advanced analytics can recognize the interactions and contexts relevant to diverse objects by building analytics this way.Analysing behaviour automatically detects the differences between the two situations – without any manual calibration required.
As part of any new or upgraded video system, intelligent behavioural analytics requires careful consideration to identify current and future needs, ensure that existing and future video system investments are leveraged, and ensure effectiveness of the solution.
The latest v2.1.0 release introduces a new WVCA behavior license, encapsulating a number of
new algorithms designed and focused on the detection of specific object behaviors. In
addition, a host of new features and quality-of-life improvements have also been added to WVC Aserver.