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AirLive introduces its IP cameras with IVS object counting function

Published on 20 February, 2014

Airlive introduces new cameras with the IVS Object Counting function - MD-3025-IVS and BU-3026-IVS. Intelligent Video Surveillance (IVS) system—Object Counting provides advanced, accurate video analytic that can be used to count objects such as: cars, pedestrians, or any size you may define in the IVS IP Cameras, the amount of object counting is able to trigger alarm output or various notifications, and also will be stored in the database for further search and analysis. With the data collected from Object Counting function, businesses is able to analysis and plan their business by observation of the customers flow at the entrance, particular event, and special section of a mall.

IVS is an excellent solution for use in business and public places such as: special events, shopping malls, department stores, stadiums, parking lots, factories, stations, highways, and roads.

The fundamental idea used in Object Counting is that the objects being counted are passing through a boundary or zone. The zone is not necessarily a physical zone but rather a logical or virtual zone.

The zone, in the case of people, may be a door entrance, a hallway or a corridor.

In the case of cars, the zone may be a junction, an arbitrary point along the highway or a gate entrance to a parking lot.


  1. Counting cars passing through a McDonald’s drive-through
  2. Counting people entering a 7-11 store
  3. The camera is suitable to set at the luggage conveyor which the bags are put onto
  4. Products passing through an assembly line in the manufacturing plant
  5. Palettes unloaded from a trunk or stacked into a warehouse.

The primary consideration of choosing the location and position of cameras used for counting is that the camera should see the object being counted fully.

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