Line crossing allows you to watch key areas and look for specific movement. Only objects crossing the determined line will trigger an action. This is much better than normal motion detection that picks up movement only.
Be different. Sell your customers on Line Crossing and its benefits. Protect your customer’s properties with virtual fencing and alert them when someone crosses the property. This keeps false recording and alerts to a minimum.
Finding events let alone individuals can be very hard to do when you have months of video. Signature Line Crossing allows you to easily find when a line has been crossed and view the video quickly.
Use Line Crossing together with alerts to push notifications directly to your customer’s mobile phones. Once a line has been crossed in a pre-determined area you can have our NVR send your customer a push alert for instant viewing and playback.
Line crossing allows you to add a line or lines on a specific camera that should not be crossed. If a set line is crossed you can have the NVR begin recording, send an alert or even sound an alarm. Line crossing is ideal for fence detection, property monitoring and parking areas that should not be entered. Looking at the example video you can see the individual turns red the moment he crosses the defined line.
Megapixall Cross Line Detection is a simple trip-wire application that comes pre-installed on Signature network cameras and NVRs. It detects moving objects that cross a user-defined virtual line and automatically triggers an alarm event to record or send an instant notification.
Cross Line Detection is suitable for general entrance and exit detection in low-traffic areas, such as at building entrances, loading docks, and parking lots. It works in most indoor and outdoor installations and in variable lighting conditions.
Signature cameras integrate with the Megapixall Signature NVRs and 3rd Party VMS event management systems, which can respond to a line crossing detection by sending push notifications, email notifications, streaming video to a video management software system, recording video to a micro sd card on the camera, as well as setting off external devices like strobes or alarms through the camera’s output ports. By recording only when an alarm is triggered, Megapixall Cross Line Detection can increase system efficiency by reducing bandwidth and storage needs. It also makes searching recorded events easier.
Megapixall Cross Line Detection allows you to draw and set a virtual line that works together with the direction detection in the camera’s live view. Once the line is drawn and placed in the image, there is no need for further adjustments. Real-time visual confirmation and color changes validate the detection in an easy way that the application records correctly.
Signature Face Detection is very simple to setup and deploy. Follow these steps.
Yes. You can draw up to 4 different lines on one camera and control them independently.
Can I draw a line across a fence or driveway?
Line crossing is perfect for monitoring fence lines and driveways. The right setup will alert you when someone jumps a fence or crosses your driveway.
Does it cost extra?
Line crossing is completely free and there is no additional license or fees charged for this feature. As long as the Signature camera supports Line Crossing you can use is free of charge.
Where should I use line crossing?
Line crossing can be used in both residential and commercial properties. It’s a perfect solution to monitor a key area of concern that needs to be monitored. The person or object needs to crosses the line to activate so it is ideal for those circumstances when you need to be notified.
Can I use line crossing with other analytics?
People counting is the only analytic function that needs to work independently.
Face detection/Intrusion/Crossline can all work together, for a total
configuration up to 8 analytics
Can I record only when line crossing occurs?
Yes, Line Crossing can trigger recording just like motion detection and even send you alerts as it happens directly to your mobile phone.
Install as many cameras as you need for your locations.
Our systems are completely scalable and can grow as needed. From one camera to a thousand. Megapixall offers surveillance solutions that can integrate remote locations and systems into one central location.
Remotely monitor & playback your cameras from any device
Monitor as many cameras as needed. Our systems allow you to view your cameras on PC, Mac, Tablets and mobile devices from anywhere you have an internet connection. Manage all your locations from one central location no matter how far your locations are.
Manage & control all your cameras and recorder in the cloud
Use our USA based Cloud Managmentserversto easily manage all your devices. Using our CMS software all cloud devices can be connected to remotely for health monitoring, live viewing, playback, and management.
Receive push notifications on your mobile phone as alerts happen in real time.
Receive mobile alerts and push notifications as events occur. Our systems will notify you of events via push notifications or email. Notifications will then take you directly to the playback of the event or you can choose to watch a live stream.
Use built-in analytics such as face detection, people counting & line crossing to record detailed information
Megapixall Signature cameras offer Analytics inside the cameras go beyond simple video recording. The Signature cameras allow you to deploy analytics that works together with our Signature NVRs to surpass specific security and business requirements.
Our Signature analytics platform is offered free of charge with a purchase of a Signature camera. The cameras are ready to integrate directly into our Signature recorders to perform analysis of live or recorded video. Some of the analytic examples are face detection, cross-line detection, audio detection, people counting, license plate recognition – and much, much more.
Megapixall Signature products are UL listed and certify that our products meet local & statewide building codes
Like most IT devices similar to WiFi switches, access points, and VOIP phones, IP-based security cameras come under (NEC) National Electrical Code sections that are applicable as (LPS) Limited Power Source equipment since they get powered directly from a location that is central or source by way of PoE. UL fire & safety usually do not require listings for LPS devices as they meet the certification and criteria of these respective power sources ( router, the splitter, switch, etc . ). Nevertheless, regional as well as municipal requirements throughout the U.S.A. frequently require UL certification for surveillance cameras used in security installations. If the products aren’t UL Listed, a different inspection is usually needed.