How Does It Work

 

BuckEye Cam wireless cameras are motion activated, long range wireless cameras with ZERO GLOW infra-red technology. The BuckEye CAM system can transmit pictures or video directly to your laptop or PC. The BuckEye CAM wireless system runs on the Australian approved radio band.

No mobile phone service is required for basic operations and advanced high gain antenna options and echo repeaters/sensorsare available which can extend transmission range up to several kilometres away. We also offer portable and long term power solutions.

The BuckEye CAM X-Series wireless cameras are perfect for Law Enforcement Agencies, Feral Pig Trapping, Illegal Rubbish Dumping, Farm Security, Home or remote Property Surveillance, Farm Gates and Driveways, Crops and Live Stock Monitoring, Construction and Mining Sites and a multitude of other applications. Please Note: Buckeye cameras do not live stream video.

The BuckEye CAM wireless camera system is capable of operating in four different modes.

(1). Stand alone mode: The camera operates independently and stores all images to a internal SD card.

(2). Camera base mode: Allows multiple cameras to transmit images or videos directly to a single camera operating in wireless base mode. View all data from multiple cameras from the one central location without having to go out in the field to check each one.

By having different base station options the system can become more flexible for your particular application. Once you have selected how many cameras you require, you just need to decide which base option will work best for you.

(3). Wireless PC base mode: The PC Base is a security enabled wireless receiver with a USB connection. Most users would select this as their preferred option. The software interface allows you to view images or video as well as control multiple cameras directly from your laptop or PC.

The software supports both Windows or MAC platforms. You can remotely trigger any camera and view images, monitor the battery status and change camera settings. It can even be set-up to share your on-site internet connection to send pictures or videos directly to your smart mobile phone or email address at NO extra cost.

(4). 4G cell base mode: This option is used in remote locations where no laptop or pc is in range. The 4G Cell-Base provides a internet bridge between your remote cameras and PC when no laptop or PC is in range. Just install the software to the computer you want to run the Cell Base on and that's it!

Control all of your cameras from your laptop or PC from anywhere in the world just by using a single SIM card. BuckEye CAM Australia can provide an integrated package utilising the Telstra Mobile 4G Network, offering reliable coverage in many rural and remote outback areas.

= X-Manager AI object detection Software =

Like any AI object detection, AI is not 100% accurate. It is possible for it to misidentify an object or miss an object. Often time it is related to the quality of the picture and how clearly the object is visible. Night images are more susceptible, especially fast-moving vehicles without clear illumination of the outlines.

= Using AI : Profiles =

Go to Menu->Notifications. If AI is successfully installed, you should see AI Object Detection category with Edit button next to it. Click Edit to configure the software to react to AI messages. Object Detection is configured through Detection Profiles. The profiles tell the software how to react to objects detected in a picture.

In each profile you can: Select which cameras are processed using this profile. Add detection targets and define actions for those targets.

If the you want to detect a vehicle, Add new target and select “Vehicle”. Once the target is selected. Then you can choose what actions the software should perform when a vehicle is detected. “Otherwise” category at the bottom of the screen provides a way to specify actions when none of the created above targets are recognized. If a particular target is added twice, actions selected under both targets will be performed. By adding the same target multiple times and selecting “Limit to time of day” the user can perform different actions for the same target depending on the time of day.

= Using AI: Detection Zones =

If a camera selected on one of the AI profiles, the control panel (side panel with check status, and other buttons) for that camera will have a new button “Detection Zones” located right above Settings button.

Detection zones allow you to specify where an object should be to be recognized by the software. It is controlled by “Zones of Interest” and “Zones of Suppression”. If no zones are defined, an object detected anywhere in the image will be recognized. If you place a Zone of Suppression onto the image and an object overlaps the zone, the object will be ignored (suppressed) and the software will not react to its presence. If you add a “Zone of Interest”, the object will have to overlap the zone to be recognized by the software.

“Suppressed Targets” suppress specific target of specific size in at a specific location in the image. For example, you your mailbox or your garden gnome is frequently recognized as a “person”, you can click on “suppress” button (red arrow down) to have it suppressed.

Important! Zones do not control where motion in the camera is detected but rather how the software will react to the pictures. The camera will still take pictures the same way it did before regardless of AI zone configuration. Once the picture is received from the camera, only then the software will use the zones to determine if an object (provided one is present) should be recognized or ignored.

If you are not sure on what you need, give us a call and we will be happy to discuss your requirements as we are licensed security equipment installers and registered advisers that specialise in, BuckEye CAM wireless and networking solutions.

 

 

 

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