AI-PEOPLE



The performance is not adequate when I activate only the counting sensor, what else can I configure?



WARNING: Please read the disclaimer to make sure that all of the installation constraints have been fulfilled!

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Installation Constraints

A zenith camera pointing straight to the area of interest at an height of 3m is required to ensure proper functioning of AI-People. Localization accuracy is higher when the effects of perspective are lower. You should also avoid positioning people counting sensor within the door opening radius or in areas where shadows or reflections could affect negatively the performance.

AI-People

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People counting sensor

Conteggio

In the drop-down menu on the left, by selecting "Algorithm parameters" and then “Crowd estimation” you can add, remove and edit people counting sensors within the scene framed by the camera.
Specifically, by clicking on “Add sensor” you can draw a virtual coil inside the image by clicking and dragging with the mouse, until a coil of desired dimensions is drawn. You can then move and edit the dimension of the coil by clicking the left button of the mouse. You can also rotate the coil as well (the direction of counting is shown by the arrow), so that the arrow is pointing at the desired direction or make it bi-directional.
For each sensor you can specify:

  1. Sensor ID: identification of main sensor (only accepts whole numbers and it is not necessary to edit the default setting)
  2. Sensor Name: unique name of the associated sensor and used in events generation The parameters of the sensor are the following:
  3. Real Width: actual width of the sensor in meters
  4. Sensor Name: unique identification of the main people counting sensor (green arrow) and it is used with the generation of people counting events.
  5. Sensor Name (opposite direction): unique identification of the counting sensor in the opposite direction (red arrow) and it is used with the generation of people counting events.
  6. Sensor activation threshold: a small value (<0,1) makes the sensor extremely sensitive, counting people even though there is no actual crossing of the sensor.

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Aggregate counting sensor configuration

Aggregati

In the drop-down list on the left, by selecting "Algorithm Parameters" and then “Aggregate counting” you can enable the sending of events that are generated when the difference between entering and exits is greater than a configured threshold.

Here some informations on how to set configuration parameters of this sensor:

  1. Sensor ID: identification of main sensor (only accepts whole numbers and it is not necessary to edit the default setting)
  2. Sensor Name: unique name of the aggregated sensor and used in counting events generation
  3. Threshold: when the difference between enterings and exits is greater than this value, the application generates an event.

In the section "Sensors to aggregate" you can add, remove and edit sensors. By clicking"Add sensor" you will have the following options:

Sensori da Aggregare

  1. Sensors to aggregate: Counting sensor in the area of interest. In the drop-down menu you can choose Entrance/Exit
    WARNING: the sensor will appear only after you have sent the first configuration of counting sensors.
  2. Sensor Type: specifies if the selected sensor in the previous drop down menu counts entrances (IN) or exits (OUT).
    WARNING: the sensor will appear only after you have sent the first configuration of counting sensors.