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SEDOR® Art

Main Features

  • SEDOR®
  • surveillance in exhibition spaces
  • auto-adaptation
  • Analysis Application
  • SEDOR® Art
  • DVS Analysis Server

Application for the Automated Surveillance of Exhibition Spaces

SEDOR® is a high-performance and self-learning video analysis system which provides outstanding analytical results due to state-of-the-art image analysis algorithms and the constant adjustment of the system parameters to the current surrounding conditions (auto-adaptation). If used together with the different applications, it can serve a variety of surveillance and counting purposes.

SEDOR® Art is an application for the DVS Analysis Server software designed for the surveillance of artwork in exhibition spaces. SEDOR® Art is able to protect exhibited works of art from theft and damage. The application reports illegal approaches, changes in position, the theft of a piece of art, or unattended pieces of luggage in the exhibition spaces.

Functions

  • Reliable detection of all relevant objects and movements in indoor areas1)
  • Evaluation of changes in position or theft of an object
  • Detection of illegally deposited objects (e.g. bag, coat)
  • Monitoring of escape routes and emergency exits
  • Time sequence control of the analysis in freely definable time intervals
  • Activation and deactivation (armed/disarmed) of the analysis over input contact
  • Integrated control of the local recording functions
    (silent pre-alarm and main alarm)
  • Event-controlled recording due to external Dallmeier recording systems
  • Event messages with PGuard/SMAVIA Viewing Client
    or as XML-formatted messages in real-time
  • Assignment of camera-specific event messages to relay groups
  • Output of event messages over local relays
  • Control of external relays over Ethernet (separate relay unit additionally required)
  • Configuration and evaluation of the complete system with
    the included SEDOR® WebGUI over Ethernet (browser)

Range of Application

  • Permanent exhibitions in museums
  • Mobile use for travelling exhibitions
  • Anti-theft measures for valuable items, such as paintings and objects of art
  • Protection of artwork from damage caused by visitors
  • Analysis and evaluation of visitor behavior

Event Messages

  • Artwork theft
  • Piece of art manipulated (change in position)
  • Security restricted areas entered
  • Unattended piece of luggage
  • Escape route obstructed
  • Illegal approach of secured objects
  • Camera sabotage
1) The accuracy of the detection depends on the type of object, contrast range of the video image mounting position of the video camera.