Hotspot Zone Detection
Hotspot Zone Detection using Computer Vision
The hotspot detection system uses existing CCTV or IP cameras in combination with Computer Vision to identify whether people often touch unknown physical objects in the area where the camera is installed. If the number of touches exceeds the threshold, an alert will be sent to relevant agencies and the area can be declared as a hot spot.
How does it work?
Using existing CCTV cameras, you can detect whether people in a specific area often touch unknown objects, such as door handles, railings or other objects. If a camera using Computer Vision finds that the number of touches exceeds the limit, it will trigger an alarm and declare the area as a hotspot.
According to the video captured through the platform, an alert can be sent to a disinfection agency, and the disinfection agency can take measures to quickly take measures by disinfecting the specific area to curb the risk of spreading COVID-19.
The Hotspot detection system can help identify people who frequently touch unknown objects. If someone is found to be infected with COVID-19, the platform will keep a video log that can be used for contact tracking in the future.
Notifications and Alerts
When the number of touches to an unknown object exceeds the limit, the notification will be sent to the relevant authorities to take any measures or disinfect the area.
Features of HotSpot Zone Detection
Automatic Alerts and Notifications
When it is found that people often touch an object, a voice alert is sent through a speaker installed in a specific location. In addition, relevant authorities should be notified to disinfect the hot spots identified by the system.
It integrates multiple cameras within a few minutes and allows the cameras to access AI's facial recognition functions.
No new hardware
You do not need new hardware to enable the hot spot detection system. It can be used with your existing IP or CCTV cameras.
Where can Hotspot Zone Detection be used?
The Hotspot detection system can be used in the airport terminal to monitor whether passengers touch any objects such as door handles, railings or any other objects. According to the identified pattern, any terminal can be called a hot spot or risk-free area. The platform will trigger an alarm and send a notification to clean up specific terminals.
Retail stores, supermarkets or large shopping malls can use hot spot detection systems in their premises or outside the store to identify how often visitors touch physical objects.
Hotspot detection platform can be used in the office to identify whether employees frequently touch any physical objects such as desks, chairs or door handles. Alerts will be sent to office administrators and relevant authorities so that immediate measures can be taken.
A large number of people travel in the subway, so the risk of virus transmission is still at a peak. Using the hot spot detection platform, touches to physical objects (such as door handles or railings) can be detected, and the touch can identify whether a specific subway station is a hot spot or a risk-free area.
Religious places (such as temples and churches) can also use the hot spot detection platform by using existing cameras. If someone is frequently found touching body objects, a voice alarm will be triggered and a notification about disinfection of the area will be sent to the relevant authorities.
Using existing IP or CCTV cameras, public libraries can recognize whether people are touching any physical objects they visit more frequently. If the number of touches exceeds the threshold limit, a notification is sent to the relevant authorities to quickly disinfect the hot spot.