You can deploy the KiwiVision™ video analytics plugin in Security Center by following a sequence of steps.
|Step||Task||Where to find more information|
|Understand prerequisites and key issues before deploying|
|1||Learn about what you can do with KiwiVision™ video analytics.|
|2||Before updating or installing KiwiVision™ video analytics, read the release notes to learn about the new features, resolved issues, known issues, and limitations.|
|3||Learn about the different components and how they connect together.|
|4||Ensure that your servers meet the recommended system requirements for video analytics, and are running a compatible version of Security Center.|
|Prepare Security Center|
|5||Ensure that the cameras that you want to apply video analytics to meet the requirements, are optimally set up, are added to Security Center, and are functioning as required.||
|6||Verify that your Security Center license has a valid certificate for KiwiVision™ video analytics. Go to the Config Tool home page, click , and confirm that KiwiVision video analytics is in the list.||
|Deploy KiwiVision™ video analytics|
|7||If you are not already using the version of Security Center that KiwiVision™ video analytics is bundled with, install and upgrade as required.|
|8||Grant users the privileges that they need to use KiwiVision™ video analytics.
The following privileges are specific to the KiwiVision™ Security video analytics module:
The following privileges are specific to the KiwiVision™ People Counter module:
|9||In Config Tool, create the KiwiVision™ Manager role.|
Tool, create the
KiwiVision™ Analyzer role.
NOTE: For multi-server setups, create a KiwiVision™ Analyzer role on each server that will perform video analytics, and make sure the Analyzer roles can access the KiwiVision™ Manager database.
|11||In Config Tool, schedule regular database backups and cleanups for the KiwiVision™ Manager role.|
|12||(Optional) Enable GPU support on the KiwiVision™ Analyzer roles.
NOTE: GPU support is only available for the Tailgating detection and People counting scenarios.
|13||(Optional) On the Properties page of the KiwiVision™ Manager role, modify the usage
data collection settings.
NOTE: These options were configured when you installed KiwiVision™ video analytics separately from Security Center, or when you installed Security Center that includes the bundled version of KiwiVision™ video analytics.
|14||(Optional) Create event-to-actions to notify you when the KiwiVision™ Manager and KiwiVision™ Analyzer roles are in warning states by using the Entity warning event in the When field.|
|Create and configure analytics scenarios|
|15||Choose the scenario type best suited to your needs, and add it to your camera.|
|16||Configure the scenario as required.||For intrusion detection analytics:
|17||(Optional) To apply the same analytics configuration to multiple cameras, save the configuration as a KiwiVision™ settings file.|
|Configure Security Center for monitoring video analytics|
|18||Enable the events related to your analytics scenarios, so that you can receive the events in the Monitoring task in real time.|
|19||(Optional) Configure people counting dashboard widgets so that you can visualize people counting statistics in Security Desk.||
|20||Configure investigation tasks so that you can generate reports on events triggered from the KiwiVision™ video analytics modules.|