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A comprehensive guide to setting up and optimizing your intuVision embedded analytics on your Cisco smart camera.

intuVision Inc.

on 7 May 2014

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Camera Embedded Analytics with intuVision Inside
Simple, low-cost, plug-and-play analytics

No additional hardware needed, runs entirely on-board in the Cisco cameras
Alarm triggers to the camera to generate events and various actions
Activity detects moving objects within a user-drawn rectangle "activity zone" in the view
Typical use cases:
The activity zone to be monitored is specified via settings, as well as the zones for exclusion.
Detect trespassing
Presence of moving objects in the selected area
people around a store display
vehicle in a docking zone
Activity Detection Settings
1. Adjust activity zone to desired location
2. Set view type
- Top
- Side
3. Set interval between
4. Adjust tracking

LineCrossing detects moving objects passing across a user-drawn "cross line" in the camera view
Typical use cases:
The crossing direction can be specified to detect objects moving left-to-right, top-to-bottom, both-ways etc.
Monitor low to medium traffic volumes
Count people entering/exiting an area
LineCrossing Settings
1. Adjust line to desired location.
The line should not be placed
close to the scene edges
2. Set view type
- Top
- Side
3. Set interval between
5. Adjust tracking properties

ZoneIntrusion detects objects entering into a user-drawn intrusion zone in the camera view
Typical use cases:
Counting people entering or exiting a building
Detection of people intruding into a marked zone
ZoneIntrusion Settings
WrongWay detects objects moving in the direction of the user-drawn arrow in the camera view.
Typical use cases:

Detection of vehicles moving against the allowed flow in a parking area
WrongWay Settings
ObjectTaken detects the removal of a monitored object from its marked location in the camera view
Typical use cases:
Protection of valuable assets such as art, wall monitors, or other stationary valuables
ObjectTaken Settings
1. Right click to “Draw Region”. The asset should be completely encapsulate in the region with a small buffer area around it.
Common Object Detection Settings
All camera applications share common “Object Detection and Tracking” settings:
MinDistMoved (pixels):
The minimum distance an object has to, to be considered valid.
Setting up Video Resolution
Camera applications use the CPU on board the camera, hence resolution is limited to maintain sufficient processing frame rate
MinObjAge (seconds)
: The minimum time an object must be tracked to be considered valid.
MinObjSizeHeight (pixels)
: The minimum height for an object to be detected.
MinObjSizeWidth (pixels)
: The minimum width for an object to be detected.
Sensitivity (percent)
: Detection sensitivity, default is 50%. For low light scenes a higher value may be required.
All Pixel values are with respect to the processing resolution
Resolution should be set no more than 192x112
Recommended size is 192x112
Count vehicles entering/exiting a lot
4. Set line direction
ObjectTaken supports up to three non-overlapping regions
2. Set the detection sensitivity. For assets very similar to surroundings or in low light views use a higher value.
3. Adjust the minimum removal time in seconds for an alarm to be generated.
Detection of vehicles violating a restricted area
: the video resolution does not effect the video viewing resolution.
Setting Up View Type and Event Notification Interval
All camera applications share common event settings, view type and duration before next event.
View Type
: specify if the camera has a top or side view.
Next Event Duration
: the minimum time between distinct events.
1. Adjust zone to desired location.
2. Set view type
- Top
- Side
3. Set interval between
4. Adjust tracking properties
1. Adjust arrow to desired
2. Set view type
- Top
- Side
3. Set interval between
4. Adjust tracking properties
: events are generated when there are no moving objects in front of the asset.
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