Choose the most suitable lenses, heights
and locations for camera installation to provide the required
parameters of view areas.
Calculate the horizontal projection sizes of person
plate reading areas and draw them on the location plan.
Calculate the image size on display of any object
in camera view area in percentage of display size, pixels, TV
lines and millimetres (or inches in case of Imperial format).
Choose visually a relative location of cameras using the
graphics window with CAD interface. Use a lot of 2D/3D constructions
and CAD tools, line types, font types, horizontal and vertical
projections, up to 10 layouts in each project.
cameras and cables on the prepared
layouts in *.bmp, *.jpg, *.emf, *.wmf, *.png, *.gif, *.tif,
AutoCAD *.dwg, *.dxf formats.
drawing containing two projections of site layout with the
camera images, calculated view areas and cables, and with coordinate
grid and titles to be used in graphical path of the project.
the obtained drawing on one or several pages. You can use prepared
frames with standard title-block and logo.
the obtained drawing into any of the following formats:*.bmp,
*.jpg, *.emf, *.wmf, *.png, *.gif, *.tif, AutoCAD *.dxf (R14),
AutoCAD *.dxf (R2000).
by separate colors and hatch styles different regions of spatial
resolution and field-of-view size. There are prepared spatial
resolution patterns according to the following criteria: Home
Office Scientific Development Branch; Home Office Guidelines for
identification; P 78.36.008-99.
the horizontal projection of camera control areas including shadows
from obstacles on the scene.
Choose the best positions and calculate control areas of PTZ
cameras, Dome cameras and 360 degree cameras.
Obtain a text
file with full description of all cameras in the project,
view areas and cables to be pasted into a project explanatory
note or used as instruction for installation.
Copy the Camera
list with most important parameters to MS Excel, MS Word and
Get detailed adjustable table
of all initial and calculated parameters of cameras in project.
Print the table or export it to *.txt, *.csv,*.rtf, *.xls, *.htm
of camera models, assign different models for cameras in project,
compare models with each other.
dimensional models of real scenes with the possibility of
3D models (a person, a car, etc., ). You can add your own
3D models from Autodesk 3ds Max and Google
Model observed scene
parameters (illumination, visibility limitations).
with photometric accuracy considering spectrum of radiation and
spectral sensitivity of image sensors, including discharge lamps
with complex spectrum and infrared LED illuminators.
parameters (spectral response, number of pixels, resolution,
illumination at known signal/noise ratio, IRE and aperture,
maximum signal/noise ratio, electronic shutter, AGC, BLC, gamma,
day/night cameras, frame
rate, interlace scan, global shutter and rolling shutter).
parameters (focal length, aperture, auto iris DC and Video
images from megapixel
cameras with resolution exceeds screen resolution (Up to 100
megapixel and more!).
and model in 3D depth
of field of each camera in project.
contrast, compression, horizontal and vertical sharpness.
Model for each camera in the project based on models of scene
and equipment. This image can be printed and saved.
objects, camera frame
rate, create animated
images with moving 3D models.
and distortion of moving 3D models depending on camera parameters
(exposure time, interlacing, rolling shutter).
operator interface using the Monitor
monitor models as html files with moving 3D models and separate
frame rates of each camera.