Automatic Crowd Warning ​​​​​​​

(WorldData ACW V9a)

Introduction

​​​​​​​Automatic Crowd Warning is not only built to handle the surveillance, but also integrates specialized features to help units easily handle their operation and serve a variety of uses. Crowd alert systems with cameras for companies, agencies are a typical example, they can be used to replace traditional forms of security surveillance.

WorldData ACW V9a (Automatic Crowd Warning) will base on object detection for identifying people instead of normal surveillance methods. VMS camera system collects images and sends them to the server for processing. The system has a monitoring website so that administrators can manage the system, monitor the security status of the area under management. WorldData ACW V9a (Automatic Crowd Warning) has a big Database which stores a great volume of camera information, suspected object information, objects to be monitored. Its running services ensure that the cameras are monitored automatically and continuously. When there is any unusual behavior or suspected object, the system will alert the administrators or related parties. The system helps later investigation and video analysis be simpler and easier through a video summary tool.

The system is designed to use resources optimally, integrated with advanced functions depending on the requirements of users, has friendly interface and is easy to expand. The system supports authorization at different levels for different users. Authorization is performed in groups and is carried out by the system administrators through an intuitive software interface.

Features

1. Protests warning

- Rea-time display in monitoring screen

- Allow statistics on the security status of each area

- Allow displaying the number of events, real-time monitoring screen

- Allow videos that confirm the events

- Allow displaying the number of objects to be monitored

- Allow gathering information, warnings

2. Monitoring diagram display

- Allow displaying the diagram of surveillance cameras on maps

3. Event management

- Allow tracking events in certain time period, by certain cameras and status

- Allow marking event to be followed

- Allow adding new events, searching for events

4. Category management

- Allow managing profiles of suspected objects (creating, editing, deleting, searching), allow listing suspected objects

- Allow managing the organizational structure by each area

- Allow managing areas and processes

5. Report

- Allow list statistics of security status by each area, in each time period

- Allow filtering warning information by date, time (time of warning start/end)

- Allow exporting reports to excel files

6. System settings and other management functions

- Allow managing information of users, user groups

- Allow setting languages, system time zone

- Allow managing cameras, configuring cameras

- Allow managing VMS

System architecture

Technical solutions used

- Programming language: C/C++, Python, swift, HTML5, CSS3, Javascript.

- Database: MySQL, SQL Server, PostgreSQL

- Operating system: Ubuntu 18.04

Hardware requirements

Individual < 50 Cameras

- Memory: 64 GB

- Storage: 256GB SSD 8 TB HDD

- CPU: 1 x Intel Xeon Gold 6140 2.3G

- GPU: 1 x Intel Xeon Gold 6140 2.3G, 18C/36T

Organization < 300 Cameras

- Memory: 128 GB

- Storage: 256GB SSD 16 TB HDD

- CPU: 1 x Intel Xeon Gold 6140 2.3G, 18C/36T

- GPU: 2x Nvidia Tesla P100 PCIe

Government > 300 Cameras

- Memory: > 256 GB

- Storage: > 256GB SSD > 32 TB HDD

- CPU: > 2 x Intel Xeon Gold 6140 2.3G, 18C/36T

- GPU: > 4x Nvidia Tesla P100 PCIe

Price

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