Smart AI Facial Recoginition IP CCTV Camera
Facial Recognition Camera Specs:
1.Stream: 2560X1440 @(30)fps;
2. Built-in face detection algorithm
3. Supports face-to-face recognition compared to NVR or server docking, enabling applications such as face control and access control management
4.Support low code rate, low latency, ROI region of interest enhanced coding
5.H.265 efficient compression, saving bandwidth and storage space
6.Support Smart IR to prevent nighttime infrared overexposure
7. ICR infrared filter type automatic switching for real day and night monitoring
8.Support PoE power supply function (optional)
9.Extensible Micro SD card (128G) local storage
10.Support 3D digital noise reduction, support WDR
11.Support automatic electronic shutter function to adapt to different monitoring environments
12.Support multiple intelligent alarms
13.Support two-way voice intercom
14.Extensible support 1 channel alarm input/2 channel alarm output
15.Support standard Onvif access
16.Support Email, NTP service
17.Support HTTPS encrypted transmission
18.Initial device boot password change password to protect password security
19.Support mobile phone remote monitoring
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Human face that appears in the image can be detected and trigger linkage method
Program this camera with up to four different motion zones using your NVR or separately. These zones can be customized to adjust the sensitivity. So more important areas, like a doorway, can be adjusted so that any movement at all will trigger recording (or create a motion event), while other sections of the frame, like a tree, would need a much higher level of motion.
Used to identify when a moving object enters and remains in a specified area for a period of time deemed unacceptable, such as an individual stepping over a partition in a museum.
Line crossing detection
Used to detect when a moving object passes through the camera's field of view in a specified direction, such as an individual entering into a restricted area from the exit doorway.
Used to identify motionless objects that have been left behind by a moving object such as a suspicious package placed on a city street.