Analyze videos and photos
Videmo 360 automatically locates faces and creates templates. Each face or track becomes a discoverable event.
Cameras can be directly connected and analyzed in real time. In the live display, the resulting events can be observed as they are produced, hits are highlighted.
Integrated video player
In the built-in video player, every face is "clickable". There are also comfort functions such as magnification, variable speed, brightness adjustment, multi-monitor setup, etc.
Using retrospective search, videos, pictures and camera recordings can be searched for identities that were not known at the time of the recording. Various sortings and filters are available. Freshly discovered sightings of a person can be added easily to the query identity in order to iteratively refine the search.
Identities can be created and dynamically extended with events from video or image sources. Image uploads can also be used to create identities.
In installations with many cameras, it is often not possible to process all video streams on a central server. Using camera endpoints, Videmo 360 offers the possibility to analyze video streams on remote computers, thus taking the load off the server and the network (edge computing).
For larger tasks and teamwork the Videmo 360 server can be installed on a dedicated server, which takes care of the computation work and data storage. The Videmo 360 clients connect to the server via network from remote workstations.
In a single-user configuration, Videmo 360 runs stand-alone on a PC. Database and user interface are local. Ideal for single users and small installations with low data volume.
All operations can be triggered via API and all data can be queried.
The network-enabled HTTP-REST API with JSON as data exchange format allows full programmatic control.
Third-party systems can be easily connected and complex processes can be implemented quickly.
Videmo 360 – Technische Daten
|Operating system||Windows or Linux|
|Video formats||Supports all common open formats as well as some proprietary formats|
|Cameras||Standard network cameras via RTSP or HTTP, USB cameras via DirectShow or Video4Linux|
|API||Network-compatible HTTP-REST API with JSON as data exchange format|
|Dallmeier support||Capable of interfacing directly with Dallmeier video management systems|