SeeTec Cayuga Analytics Training

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Video Analysis in Theory and Practice

The SeeTec Cayuga Analytics Training provides you with the basics to plan and implement video analytics projects. It creates a sound basis to successfully sell and configure video analytics in SeeTec Cayuga.

  • Target group: Technicians, IP video service staff, technical sales, administrators, project managers, pre-sales, participants of the SeeTec Cayuga Basic Training
  • Duration: 1 day
  • Maximum number of participants: 6
  • Requirements: Participation in the SeeTec Cayuga Basic Training (SeeTec Certification), basic knowledge of network technology (IP addresses, network components) as well as  basic knowledge of network cameras

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  • Introduction to video analysis: goals, key success factors, examples of intelligent video analytics, challenges
  • SeeTec Analytics: SeeTec and Digital Barriers, licensing, difference between SeeTec Analytics Server 3D and analytics on the edge, use cases and limits, functional aspects, performance/image quality (amount of camera channels, resolution, frame rate, object size)
  • Architecture of SeeTec Cayuga: basic services/core service/management DB, Device Manager/MDS, cameras, clients, Analytics Server 3D (VA Module)
  • Installation: system requirements, SeeTec Analytics Server 3D setup tool, administration, analytics on the edge (Axis)
  • SeeTec Analytics Camera Placement Tools: installation, configuration, planning examples (on-hands training)
  • Configuration mode: camera configuration/multi streaming, configuration Analytics Server 3D & rules, views, alarm scenarios
  • Surveillance mode: practical surveillance, tracking data, export options
  • Outlook on further seminars/optional topics: Overview plugin-based analytics (SAI)
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