Sentinel is a system that tracks the movement of people through a venue. Using video cameras deployed around the monitored area and a server to analyze video images, Sentinel identifies individuals and tracks their location over time.
Security: Build solutions to analyze visitors' behavior by following the movement of people inside a venue, identifying and tracking them over time by their visual signature
Security: Create systems that enable security personnel to tag (i.e. attach a name to) any specific person seen by a camera and follow their movements on a floor plan
Meter: Visualize the number of visitors throughout a day or a week at a venue monitored by video cameras. For example, visitors at a museum exhibit
Meter: Count the number of people standing in line, to forecast the possible wait time. For instance, people queuing up at supermarket checkout lines or at the airport security screening
Meter: Implement geofencing systems that define areas of interest, counting the number of people that enter or exit them over time. Example: booth visitors at a trade show
Search: Scan hours of video in just a few minutes to find occurrences of individuals that exhibit specific physical traits
Search: Complement the capabilities of facial recognition systems by identifying multiple sightings of individuals with specific physical appearance. Facial recognition acts on a close-up, while physical appearance matches on broader, less specific factors