Offloading allows you to transfer reads, hits, and other Genetec Patroller™ data to Security Center. Please note that if you’re running Genetec Patroller™ Standalone (no connection to Security Center) your data is offloaded to a local .Standalone file on the in-vehicle computer.
- Offload method
- Select your offload method:
- Does not offload data.
- Local file
- You can configure Genetec
Patroller™ to offload data to a file on the
in-vehicle computer. After you have offloaded the data, you can then copy the data
to a USB key, and transfer it to the Security
Center computer. For more information on
how to automate the process of transferring ALPR data to a USB device.
- If you are offloading to Security Center: After you have offloaded the data, you can then copy the data to a USB key, and transfer it to the Security Center computer.
- If you are using Genetec Patroller™ Standalone: After you have offloaded the data, you can open the Offload.xml file in a supported web browser to view the information or import the XML file into your own reporting tool.
- Live transfer (not applicable to Genetec Patroller™ Standalone)
- This offload method transfers all data from the Genetec
Patroller™ vehicle to Security
Center using a wireless connection. For
example, you can offload your data at the end of a shift, when you’re in range of the
company’s wireless network. You also use this option to offload data to a network drive
rather than your local drive on the in-vehicle computer. NOTE: Please note the following about Live transfer:
- This option automatically transfers the offload data into the Offload folder under the LPR Manager root folder. For more information about the LPR Manager root folder, see Configuring LPR Manager roles.
- If you try to offload without being connected to Security Center, the offload is done on your local in-vehicle computer. You can then transfer the offload data to Security Center with a USB key.
- Local offload drive
- If using Local file as your offload method, specify where on your machine the data should be saved (e.g. C:\ if you want to offload to your C drive).
IMPORTANT: Do not specify the folder. Genetec Patroller™ creates the Offload folder on the drive you specify.
- Use encryption (not applicable to Genetec Patroller™ Standalone)
- Turn on to encrypt the offloaded data. You’ll also need the Public key (not applicable to Genetec Patroller™ Standalone).
- Public key (not applicable to Genetec Patroller™ Standalone)
- To encrypt offload data, Genetec
Patroller™ needs the public key from the Security
Center computer. Do the following:
- On the Security Center computer, go to C:\Program Files\Genetec Security Center <your version>, and copy the OffloadPublicKey.xml file to your clipboard.
- On the Genetec Patroller™ computer, go to C:\Program Files\Genetec AutoVu X.Y\MobileClient, and paste the OffloadPublicKey.xml in the folder.
- In the Public key field, enter the path to the public key you just pasted to the Genetec Patroller™ computer (C:\Program Files\Genetec AutoVu X.Y\MobileClient\OffloadPublicKey.xml).
- Offload events
- This option allows you to choose which data you want to include in an offload. For example, you may only want to offload Hits to use less bandwidth when performing an offload.
- Include all images
- Turn on to offload all images. If this option is turned off, only images associated with a hit will be included in the offloaded data.
- Incremental offload
- By default, Genetec Patroller™ offloads data in increments, or segments. Turn this setting off if you want to offload the full data file each time.
- Data segment size
- Specify the maximum file size of each data segment (MB) when using Incremental offload. Once the offload file reaches the size limit, a new offload file is created and the offload process continues. The default maximum file size is 1 MB.
- Force offload before exit
- Turn on to make Genetec
Patroller™ exit commands unavailable. The only way to close the application is to perform an
offload.NOTE: This option won’t work if you set Offload method and Action after offload to None.
- Action after offload
- Select the exit procedure that occurs after you have
performed an offload:
- Return to the application.
- MobileServer, MobileClient, and IO.Services are exited.
- If the PowerManagement.UsePowerManagement option is selected, the OffloadExit setting is automatically set to Shutdown. This option does not work with laptops; choose Exit instead.
- Delete after offload
- Turn on to delete all records of user logins, images, hotlist hits, vehicles, unit states, street blocks, tire images, cameras, and attributes after a successful offload.