Faces

ROBOT FACES - (Standalone edition)

This software recognizes the identity of persons that have been previously registered on a database.

In order to collect images, this software uses the following four robots: (please refer to their descriptions)

  1. Robot Motion.
  2. Robot Guardian.
  3. Robot Kao.
  4. Robot Sound.

All images that are produced by the last mentioned robots are used by the face recognition function to find the identification of persons. When a face is recognized, a complete report is elaborated showing the most similar faces found at the database and their corresponding scores.

Users are able to recognize faces using any of the following options:

  1. Recognize faces online using camera No. 1. This option is ideal for police stations, when one person is located just in front of a camera to find his identification.
  2. Recognize faces using one or all the images that were taken by any of the above four mentioned robots.
  3. Recognize faces using one of the images existing on his computer.
  4. Recognize faces using any of the 16 cameras.

After a face recognition, this software will:

  1. Shows the most similar faces of every detected face and their corresponding identification.
  2. Generate a written report of every detected face showing the most similar faces existing on the face database.
  3. Alert users by email sending 3 pictures of intruders.
  4. Record video files.
  5. Take pictures.
  6. Send video files and pictures to a FTP server.
  7. Produce several sounds to scare the intruders. For example:
    • Several dogs barking at the same time.
    • Police sirens.
    • Persons screaming.
    • Several other type of alarm sounds.

In general, users are able to:

  1. Connect up to 16 cameras.
  2. Define areas where detections will be done.
  3. Receive alert emails after each detection.
  4. Control this software by using emails.
  5. Receive periodic emails with images from your cameras.
  6. Broadcast live video through Internet using network streaming.
  7. Broadcast live video through Internet using publishing points.
  8. Take pictures and record video/audio files periodically.
  9. Store and maintain a complete history of images and video files.
  10. Maintain the log of events for all cameras.
  11. Configure the video quality of your cameras.
  12. Configure the video quality of the live streaming for all cameras.
  13. Record video/audio files continuously from any camera.
  14. Upload images and video files to a FTP server.
  15. Hide this software, so that, nobody can see it while it's working.

Users are able to send emails to this software to control it remotely. These commands can make this software to:

  1. Send one email to the users having images of your cameras.
  2. Record video/audio files using any camera.
  3. Schedule the video/audio file recordings using any camera.
  4. Change the zoom value of any camera.
  5. Broadcast live video through Internet using network streaming.
  6. Broadcast live video through Internet using publishing points.
  7. Activate or deactivate the motion detection function.
  8. Activate or deactivate the face detection function.
  9. Activate or deactivate the guardian function.
  10. Activate or deactivate the sound detection function.
  11. Move the lens of your PTZ cameras to any desired angle.

Users are able to send emails to this software with the commands that are detailed by the Robot Motion, the Robot Guardian, the Robot Kao, and the Robot Sound. Please see their descriptions.




Cameras and video devices you will be able to connect:

  1. Standard USB webcams: e.g. Logitech HD Webcam C270, Microsoft Lifecam Cinema, etc.
  2. HD webcams: e.g. Logitech C920 with native H264 to MP4 recording, Creative Live!Cam InPerson HD with hardware MPEG2, etc.
  3. USB analog Composite/SVideo capture devices: e.g. EasyCap, Hauppauge USB-Live-2, etc.
  4. IP cameras: in MJPEG or JPEG modes.
  5. PCI analog Composite/SVideo and digital capture cards: e.g. OsPrey 210, etc.
  6. Professional capture/rendering cards: e.g. Blackmagic Decklink, AJA Kona, etc.
  7. PCI/PCIe capture cards with hardware encoder,: e.g. Hauppauge Colossus, Sensoray 2250S, etc.
  8. GigE cameras: with a DirectShow driver, e.g. Point Grey cameras, etc.
  9. HD camcorders: through firewire or USB, e.g. Canon HV30, etc.



Minimum requirements:

OS: 32 bits/64bits, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows VISTA, Windows XP, Windows 2008 server, Windows 2003 server, Windows MCE, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows 98 SE.

CPU: 512 MHz.        

Memory: 512 MB.    

Hard Disk: 512 MB.

Windows 2000 platforms need to install the Windows Media Encoder 9 Series encoder pack.



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