Auto-tracking is a unique technology based on PTZ (Pan-Tilt-Zoom) systems of PTZ cameras. When a target object enters the camera's field of view, the camera automatically detects and recognizes the object. It then uses the pan, tilt, and zoom functions of the PTZ system to adjust the camera's angle and focal length, ensuring that the target object remains in the center of the frame. If the target object moves or changes direction, the camera automatically tracks and adjusts its position and perspective to maintain surveillance of the object.
The new Auto Tracking, based on AI algorithms, has been upgraded with various AI technologies. Significant improvements have been made in tracking performance, addressing the areas of customer concern.
With AI algorithms and deep learning, the upgraded auto-tracking feature can track human and vehicle targets.
The AI-based auto-tracking feature also possesses the capability of intelligent decision-making and adaptive control. The algorithm can prioritize tracking among multiple targets in the scene and automatically adjust parameters such as pan-tilt movement speed and zoom ratio to achieve more precise, smooth, and natural tracking effects.
The PTZ tracking technology with alarm linkage is based on advanced image processing algorithms and intelligent analytics. When the alarm system detects a security event such as intrusion, perimeter breach, or loitering, it sends a signal to the PTZ camera to trigger the auto-tracking function. The camera analyzes the video stream for target objects and utilizes the pan-tilt movement and zoom functionality of the PTZ to automatically track and record the location and progression of the event.