In KiwiVision™ video analytics, KiwiVision™ Intrusion Detector is the module that adds the intrusion detection analytics capability to Security Center.
You can use the module to do the following:
- Add KiwiVision™ video analytics servers and entities.
- Create and configure a KiwiVision™ Manager role.
- Create and configure KiwiVision™ Analyzer roles.
- Create, modify, and delete video analytics intrusion detectors in Security Center, and synchronize these intrusion detectors in the KiwiVision™ video analytics database.
- Configure event-to-actions using KiwiVision™ video analytics events. For example, the event Object detected in field triggers the action Display in tile.
- Import settings from a KiwiVision™ settings file (.ks).
- Import settings from a legacy XML configuration settings file (.xml). For example, a KiwiVision™ video analytics user migrating to Security Center might want to reuse an existing configuration.
- Export settings to a KiwiVision™ settings file (.ks).
- Open files from other sources. For example, open a G64 file to troubleshoot a configuration or setup issue.
- Monitor intrusion detector events as they occur.
- Monitor live and playback video related to intrusion detector events received from KiwiVision™ video analytics in the Monitoring task.
- Monitor entities and events for a KiwiVision™ video analytics system connected to a Security Center system.
- Generate reports to view, export, or print an activity trail of KiwiVision™ video analytics intrusion detector events.
Where can you find more information?
To help you calculate the number of machines required for KiwiVision™ deployments, see the KiwiVision™ Hardware Calculator.
For information about monitoring entities, alarms and events, and triggering hot actions in Security Desk, see the Security Desk User Guide. You can access this guide by pressing F1 in Security Desk.
For information about creating event-to-actions in Config Tool, see the Security Center Administrator Guide. You can access this guide by pressing F1 in Config Tool.
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