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NETTUNO SENSES is the most advanced Network Codec of the NETTUNO series. This state of the art surveillance technology, based on the new 720Mhz DSP, capable of managing 4 video streams at the same time, can now manage motion tracking and behaviour analysis thanks to CIEFFE algorithm Deepath2.
Deepath2 can be seen as a group of independently working agents, collaborating and exchanging results concerning the video streams. The agent’s results are inserted in a multidimensional event database. Events are then correlated by time, space and other parameters. Temporal-spatial correlations among events can result in ‘’smarter’’ alarms.
Designed to be completely solid state (no fans or moving parts), NETTUNO is extremely compact in size (90W x 120D x 35Hmm). Its power consumption (<5w) is minimum, making it the perfect choice for any environment.
NETTUNO SENSES can connect a single composite video camera (and single audio channel) to the network transmit D1 resolution (D1 @ 720×576 pixels/720×480 pixels) video and stereo audio in real time using MPEG4 Main Profile algorithm. Moreover, it can be seamlessly integrated as a network camera in any SPECTIVA (v 2.00 or higher). Output can be viewed live, analyzed, and recorded as if it were produced by a conventional camera connected to Spectiva via coax. NETTUNO can use SD memory to provide video data buffering and eliminate video recording loss due to the network; disruption or failure.
|Motion Alarm||It’s possible to set the type of movement to detect, based on the speed, direction, shape and size of the object. Different settings are possible for multi-zone handling. The system also detects slow movements.|
|Overtake Alarm||For detecting a vehicle overtaking another in a zone where this manoeuvre is not allowed or where the visibility is limited.|
|Bottlenecks Alarm||An event is thrown when the system detects a queue caused by a sudden break or a car|
|Travelling the wrong way Alarm||An alarm can be triggered when a vehicle is moving in the wrong direction (e.g. against the traffic flow,) endangering others.|
|Panic Alarm||Serious or dangerous situations can be marked by detecting abnormal behaviour of people when they are panicking.|
|Excessive Speed Alarm||An alarm can be given by the system when the speed of a vehicle exceeds a given limit. It’s possible to set up different zones with specific speed limits.|
|Permanence of objects and persons||An object can be detected when it stands still for a given time in a place that is being monitored for security reasons (i.e luggage in an airport, a vehicle parked in a critical zone, or an object that has been removed from its usual placement.) Alarms can be given based on the shape and size of the object.|
|Camera occlusion alarm||An alarm can be triggered when a camera is darkened, or occluded by an object that obscures or conceal landscape details.|
|Tracking alarm||The system detects the path of a moving object, vehicle or person, based on shape, size and speed. The system raises an alarm for specific paths.|
|Person Counter||It is possible to keep track of the number of people crossing a virtual line, for statistical analysis or for gathering relevant information. It is also possible to set an alarm that goes off when a specific number of people (or people per hour) cross the line.|
|Audio Input||1 Stereo|
|Audio Output||1 Stereo|
|Compression algorithm||MPEG4 Main Profile, MPEG4 ES Raw, MPEG4 Adaptive|
|Supported Resolutions||720 x 576/720 x 480 (D1), 720 x 288/720 x 240 (2CIF), 360 x 288/360 x 240 (CIF), 180 x 144/180 x 120 (QCIF)|
|Power over Ethernet (PoE)||Yes|
|Relative humidity||8-90%, non condensing|
|Dimensions||90W x 80D x 35H mm|