Unusual Motion Detection – Avigilon’s Newest Technology Reveal

by Avigilon
Apr 11, 2017


During ISC West 2017, we previewed the new Avigilon Unusual Motion Detection ("UMD") video analytics technology.

At Avigilon, we believe that human attention is a valuable and scarce resource and that a critical mass has been reached in the volume of video data captured today and the limits of that human attention. Through the use of advanced artificial intelligence (“AI”) we developed UMD technology to bring a new level of automation to surveillance.

Without any predefined rules or set up, Avigilon UMD technology is able to continuously learn what typical activity in the scene looks like and detects and focuses the operator’s attention on atypical events needing further investigation.

Avigilon UMD technology does not get bored or lose attention like humans do. As a result, it enables users to quickly and easily search through volumes of recorded footage, revealing events that might have otherwise been missed. Watch the video above and see our Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Mahesh Saptharishi, explain how this exciting new technology is changing the way users will interact with their security systems. 

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Audio Input Receive audio feed from camera.
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Motion Recording Support for motion-based recording.
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