OpenEye + Hanwha Vision

Hanwha -> OpenEye Web Services

This integration enables OpenEye recorders to receive, catalog, and search for events generated by Hanwha Analytic enabled cameras. Analytic events are transmitted from the on-site recorder to OpenEye Web Services for real-time alerting and reporting.

NOTE: This integration is only available with certain licensing tiers. See OWS Licensing OWS Licensing for more information.

What you get:
  • Capture of video analytics events from Hanwha Wisenet X & P-Series AI cameras
  • Cloud configuration of alert rules based on analytics events from one or more cameras
  • Live video and search interface for camera analytics events
  • Generate macros based on camera analytic events
  • Camera Link support enables access to the complete Hanwha programming interface without VPN access to the camera network
Hanwha Vision - OWS Integration Diagram

What Hanwha Analytics can do for you:

Hanwha analytics enabled cameras can run multiple analytics at the same time, each with multiple zones, with no performance impact on other functions of the camera. All analytics are license-free and ready to go out of the box.

  • Automatically identify events such as intruders and gunshots
  • Make it easier to review events
  • Minimize the number of cameras that need to be observed
  • Make it easier to respond to camera events
  • Reduce the frequency of false positives due to trees, windows, animals, and lighting conditions
  • Improve monitoring of remote locations

Supported Analytic Types:

  • Person / Vehicle Detection
    • Detect a person or vehicle in the field of view to reduce motion events and generate more actionable alerts.
  • Mask Detection
    • Detect a person not wearing a mask or not wearing a mask properly.
  • Camera Tampering
    • Detect sudden changes to the camera image, such as the camera being covered with a bag or spray paint, lens tampering, or changes in a camera‚Äôs position.
  • Virtual Lines and Areas
    • Detect objects passing through a virtual line in specified directions.
    • Detect entry into a virtual area.
    • Detect motion within a virtual area.
    • Detect when an object appears or disappears from inside the virtual area and is present/absent for a user-definable period of time.
    • Detect loitering by determining if an object is wandering within the virtual area for more than a user-definable period of time.
  • Queue Management
    • Detect the number of people in a defined queue area.
    • Define the level of detection (Maximum, High, Medium) and duration to trigger an event.
    • Define up to three zones per camera.
  • Audio Detection and Sound Classification
    • Detect audio levels above user-specified limits.
    • Identify sound types based on waveform, such as a scream, gunshot, explosion, or breaking of glass.
  • Fog/Smoke Detection
    • Detect obscured recording environments, such as fog, smoke, sand, dust, snow, or haze.
    • Automatically enables defog adjustments when needed.
  • Camera Out of Focus
    • Detect when the camera becomes unfocused.
  • License Plate Detection
    • Detect characters on license plates.
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