Government measures have eased and people are returning to work, to the shops, to the offices, just to public spaces. Unlocking but it brings with it many conditionsthat we have to follow. How can we then ensure that employees or customers observe the ordered spacing and actually wear the ordered veils in the shop or on the premises? That's where artificial intelligence helps, together with eMotion Counter.
What is artificial intelligence?
Artificial Intelligence (artificial intelligence AI) is, simply put, a set of machines and systems that performs tasks efficiently a make people's jobs easier.
Artificial intelligence methods use advanced data analysis and link large amounts of data, among which look for connections and links. These complex algorithms then use the learning process to evaluate highly accurate results and classify reality.
By analysing the data, the system can learn almost anything, such as face recognition or certain behaviours. Artificial intelligence surrounds us more and more. Karel Pecl explains what we mean by artificial intelligence in our blog post from February. Read more here.
How to use artificial intelligence these days?
At a time of coronavirus, when we are slowly returning to operations, it may help eMotion Counter. Thanks to industrial cameras, compliance with preventive measures to combat coronavirus can be easily controlled and monitored in the field.
When thermal cameras are involved, artificial intelligence helps in identifying the movement of sick people and their contacts within the space.
Compliance with preventive measures
Technology eMotion Counter receives data using RTSP protocol, which is standard for commonly used security cameras.
Using eMotion Counter Simply we will ensure compliance Prescribed spacing between people in queues, in factory operations or in office buildings.
The system can also continuously keep track of the number of people and quickly assess the maximum number of people present, for example in a shopping centre. If the permitted number of people is reached, the system automatically informs the operator. Employees can be removed from the counting system, so you always have an overview of the actual number of customers in the store.
If you define one-way traffic in your shop, walking through the aisles in one direction only, the system also monitors compliance with this rule and immediately informs the operator if it is violated.
Artificial intelligence provides a powerful tool that can be used to Ensure compliance with the rule on wearing drapes. Machine learning methods can analyse records from security cameras and to draw attention to non-compliance the regulation to wear a veil.
Thanks to eMotion Counter, you can easily detect that a person has entered outside the age limit. This can be useful, for example, if only certain age groups of customers are allowed to enter. Thermal cameras also detect people with elevated temperatures.
Identification of the patient and his contacts
Combining common security cameras and thermal imaging cameras, can artificial intelligence recognize a person with a temperature and draw attention to it. Fast and automated identification of a potentially infected person can effectively help to reducing the risk of infection coronavirus.
In the event of a confirmed infection, the system can then trace and reconstruct the movement of the infected within the operation. Thanks to the facial recognition function, even people who have been in close contact with the infected person can be accurately identified. The data is processed from all cameras in the building and archived in SQL server database.
Where does eMotion Counter help everywhere?
Retrieved from artificial intelligence is wide. eMotion Counter can help in today's complex and rule-filled times in retail stores, car dealerships, shopping malls, but also in government, hospitals, large companies, hotels and office buildings.
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