The alarm occurs when the intruder enters the zone. The zone is a 3D area that has width, height, and depth. The zones are very simple and are shown in the 3D map. Each zone may have different alarm priorities. In each zone, objects that could generate false alarms (ex: trees) can be easily cut out. It is also easy to create corridors in which movement does not trigger an alarm. The advantage of the system is that the zones have many different variables. In the morning, the perimeter may not be guarded but in the evening it will be, etc.
The zone is a 3D area that has width, height, and depth. The zones are very simple and are shown in the 3D map. Each zone may have different alarm priorities. In each zone, objects that could generate false alarms (ex: trees) can be easily cut out. It is also easy to create corridors in which movement does not trigger an alarm. The advantage of the system is that the zones have many different variables. In the morning, the perimeter may not be guarded but in the evening it will be, etc.
A8V contains elements of virtual reality. This makes it possible to navigate through the map with a virtual intruder to simulate the real movement of intruders and thereby verify the accuracy of the system settings - all before installing the entire system. The new version of the system is enhanced by artificial intelligence in detecting objects. Also, we have designed what we call, VIRD technology that can test the entire system using virtual intruders, several times throughout the day. Tests are run in the background, and the system administrator is alerted to any possible failures or faults in the system. This is a combination of real data from detectors and virtual intruders. With this new technology you can prevent false negative situations.
In this system, individual security components (cameras and detectors) can be inserted very easily by drag and drop. The patented technology ensures that the PTZ cameras are automatically rotated to the alarm location. Interaction between individual elements work on their own in the system, there is no need to create camera presets, etc. The overall system settings are interactive and very simple.
Unique environments offer advanced design and security design tools. Each element can be displayed as a light source on the map. The camera or detector will then illuminate the exact area that will be detected / covered. This creates a very optical visualization that instantly tells the architect where to best place the items for ultimate coverage.
By setting the detection, alarms will ignore objects smaller or larger than the specified limit. This allows very small animals to be ignored or, for example, not responding to a passing train. The whole system intelligently scans the area to be guarded. These scans can be set for a period of time, with zone scans responding later to the change in vegetation (grass, shrubs, trees), to relieve the customer of unwanted false alarms.
Since we strongly believe the idea that the real world is three-dimensional, our system must be three-dimensional, also. That's why accur8vision has a 3D map environment that preciously imitates a real environment. The map can be uploaded using photogrammetry technology. The acquisition of the map is simple and can be handled by the end user themselves. The map is then scaled and will correspond directly to the reality.
Detection is performed by advanced LiDAR technology with the use of multichannel detectors (16 to 128 beams). Laser rays spread out into the area (radius range of some detectors reaches up to 300m). The times of reflections from fixed obstacles are measured (the laser is moving at the speed of light), and based on these measurements, the obstacle’s distance from the detector is calculated. One detector performs several hundred thousand measurements per second. The accuracy of this detection is 2 to 3cm!