To use a regular Security Center camera as a short-range sensor for intrusion detection, you must first configure the KiwiVision™ positional tracking scenario for this camera.
Before you begin
What you should know
- From the Config Tool home page, open the Area view task.
- Select the camera you want to configure.
Click Positional tracking scenario.
, then click the
Turn on the Advanced mode to display additional settings.
NOTE: When Advanced mode is disabled, the advanced settings you configured are hidden, but remain active.
From the Stream menu, select the stream that you want the
analytics to be applied to:
Tip: If your camera uses HD or Full HD for the Live or Recording streams, consider using a different stream for analytics to minimize the load on the KiwiVision™ video analytics modules.
- High resolution
- Low resolution
Higher resolution streams require significantly more resources. In most cases, VGA resolution is sufficient for video analytics deployments. VGA resolution is always recommended unless there is a specific reason to use a higher resolution.
Configure the perspective for
NOTE: For this step, you need to have someone on site to help you set up the near and far objects.
Configure the areas where you
want the image to be analyzed.
NOTE: Movement detected inside the analysis area does not necessarily trigger an intrusion alert in your RSA Surveillance system. The movement must also be detected inside an RSA zone.
(Optional) Configure paths to specify
the direction of travel that you want to analyze.
You would need to configure the paths if you want to trigger intrusion alerts only when RSA targets move in a certain direction.
(Optional) Configure how you want the areas to be displayed in Security
Desk by enabling or disabling
These settings are not for RSA Surveillance per se, but are useful for the security operator monitoring alerts on Security Desk.
- Click Apply.