Unusual Motion Detection
Bringing a new level of automation to surveillance

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Reveal Events You May Have Missed

Avigilon Unusual Motion Detection (UMD) technology is an advanced artificial intelligence (AI) technology that brings a new level of automation to surveillance, by revealing events that may have otherwise been missed.

Without any predefined rules or setup, UMD technology is able to continuously learn what typical activity in a scene looks like, and then detect and flag unusual motion.

Hear about challenges UMD can help you overcome


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Gain Valuable Insights from Your Video Data

Today, most recorded video is never viewed, meaning critical events may go undetected. UMD technology allows operators to search through large amounts of recorded video faster by automatically focusing their attention on the atypical events that may need further investigation, helping to reduce hours of work to minutes. Through AI, UMD helps users extract valuable insights from their video data, to quickly find, verify and take action on unexpected events.


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Powerful AI Technology That's Easy-to-Use

We believe powerful AI technology doesn't have to be complicated. That's why we built it directly into our Avigilon Control Center (ACC) video management software that is intuitive and easy-to-use. The ACC™ user interface allows users to filter their recorded video timeline and automatically review the unusual motion events. UMD events are then displayed in a simple playback screen that intelligently guides users through highlighted clips.

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UMD on H4 Platform Cameras

UMD technology is embedded on H4 Box, H4 Bullet and H4 Dome cameras, as well as H4 SL and H4 Mini Dome camera lines, offering users powerful artificial intelligence capabilities on our easiest-to-install and entry-level cameras.



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ACC Version Last version of ACC tested with camera. This also implies support for later versions of ACC unless specifically listed otherwise.
Audio Input Receive audio feed from camera.
Audio Output Send audio to speaker attached to camera.
Autodiscovery Automatic discovery of camera IP address when connected within a LAN environment.
Compression Type Describes the encoding types supported for the camera.
Connection Type Describes the type of Device Driver used. Native refers to the Manufacturer's specific device driver.
Dewarping In-Client dewarping of fisheye or panoramic cameras.
Digital Input Receive Digital or Relay inputs from camera.
Digital output Trigger digital or relay outputs physically connected to a camera.
Motion Quick display of whether Motion Recording is available on for the camera.
Motion Configuration Configuration of motion detection within the ACC Client.
Motion Recording Support for motion-based recording.
PTZ Quick display of whether PTZ functionality is available for camera.
PTZ Control Basic PTZ Movement.
PTZ Patterns/Tours Ability to create and trigger either PTZ Patterns, or PTZ Tours, depending on camera support.
PTZ Presets Create and trigger PTZ Preset positions.
Unit Type Type of camera.
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Connection Type ONVIF
Unit Type IP PTZ camera
Compression Types H.264

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