Integrated Systems

Traffic monitoring

by Mark Rowe

Sprinx Technologies’ Automatic Incident Detection and Traffic Data Collection (AID) application can now run on all Hanwha Techwin Wisenet X H.265 cameras.

AID software uses intelligent image processing to alert operators about traffic incidents and queuing, and enable statistical data such as vehicle classification, counting and flow to be recorded. An Origin-Destination Matrix (OD) feature highlights traffic conditions at city centre crossroads and roundabouts with simultaneous monitoring of different lanes. It can also detect wrong way drivers and smoke in tunnels.

Tim Biddulph, Head of Product and Solutions for Hanwha Techwin Europe, said: “One of the key ways in which we are committed to proving ‘WE MOVE with trust’ is to work with innovative technology partners such as Sprinx Technologies, who like Hanwha Techwin, are market leaders in their respective field of expertise.

“Across Europe we are increasingly being entrusted to provide video surveillance solutions for a wide range of critical infrastructure projects, including the monitoring of activity in tunnels. Our partnership with Sprinx Technologies is underpinning our ability to provide world-class solutions which are easy to implement and use for these applications. It is yet another excellent example of how we are always looking for new opportunities to capitalise on the open platform capabilities of Wisenet cameras to deliver video surveillance solutions which offer real-life operational benefits to our customers.”

Wisenet X

The Wisenet X cameras come with a new architecture chipset which enables them to deliver twice as fast video processing as you would expect in high definition cameras, according to the firm, with three times more memory to handle on-board video and audio analytics.

The Wisenet X series features 150dB WDR which uses four frames to create a more natural image without blurring and lens which the makers say enables colour images to be captured in low-light, without infra-red LED illumination. XNB-8000 and XNB-6000 models also have gyro sensors that provide stabilisation to combat wind or vibrations.

The range also includes top of the range Wisenet P cameras which deliver 4K (12MP) images, entry level Wisenet Q network cameras delivering 2MP or 4MP images and Wisenet HD+ analogue cameras which deliver Full HD images in 1080p without the need to upgrade cabling the company adds.

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