Adding tracking systems to Security Center - Restricted Security Area Surveillance 1.1

Restricted Security Area Surveillance Plugin Guide 1.1

Restricted Security Area Surveillance 1.1

To monitor your restricted areas from maps in Security Center, you must first add the radars from your tracking system to the plugin role.

Before you begin

  • Confirm that the tracking system and its radars are configured and functioning properly.
  • Confirm that the plugin role is configured and communicating with the tracking system.
  • (Optional) Position the cameras for each zone so that they have a view of the restricted area and make sure that the cameras are functioning properly.
  • (Optional) Add custom events in Security Center.
  • Ensure that a sufficient number of licenses are available for your radars.

What you should know

A radar is a device that detects the presence, direction, distance, and speed of objects by sending out pulses of high-frequency electromagnetic waves that are reflected off the object back to the source.

The Restricted Security Area Surveillance plugin supports multiple providers of radars, such as SpotterRF and Navtech Radar.


  1. From the Config Tool home page, open the Plugins task.
  2. Select the Restricted Security Area Surveillance role, and then click the Tracking system tab.
  3. Click (Add) button.
  4. Enter the following information:
    A user-defined name for the tracking system.
    The manufacturer of the tracking system.
    The IP address of the server that hosts the tracking system's API.
    The TCP/IP port that the plugin and the tracking system use to communicate. By default, SpotterRF uses port 9000 and Navtech Radar uses port 1100.
    User and Password
    The administrator-level credentials required to log on to the tracking system's API software. Applies to SpotterRF only.
    Auto tracking
    When set to ON , PTZ cameras associated with the zones automatically follow a target as it moves. Applies to Navtech Radar only.
    Custom event
    (Optional) For each RSA event, select a custom event from the list.
  5. Click Save.
  6. Click Apply.