Supported short-range tracking systems in Security Center - Restricted Security Area Surveillance 4.2

Restricted Security Area Surveillance Plugin Guide 4.2

Product
Restricted Security Area Surveillance
Content type
Guides > Plugin and extension guides
Version
4.2
Language
English
Last updated
2022-11-02

The RSA Surveillance plugin integrates many short-range tracking systems as tracking systems in Security Center.

To learn how to integrate a third-party short range tracking system in Security Center, click the link to the corresponding Integration Guide in the following table.

Short-range tracking system How it works Integration guide
Axis short-range radars Axis short-range radars have the required communication protocols installed. Each radar connects to the IP network and communicates directly with the plugin over TCP/IP. Link
Bosch IVA cameras Bosch IVA cameras have the required communication protocols installed. Each camera connects to the IP network and communicates directly with the plugin using an RTSP protocol over TCP/IP. Link
HGH infrared cameras HGH requires the Inter-System (IS) Gateway to communicate with Security Center. Link
KiwiVision™ positional tracking cameras The KiwiVision™ video analytics module transforms regular Security Center cameras into short range sensors that can be used by the RSA Surveillance plugin. Link
OPTEX CO., LTD lasers OPTEX lasers have the required communication protocols installed on each laser. Each laser connects to the IP network and communicates directly with the plugin. Link
Quanergy lidars Quanergy lidars connect to the Qortex DTC server to communicate with the plugin over TCP/IP. Link
SICK lasers SICK lasers communicate directly with the plugin over TCP. Link