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Dahua upgrades its smart motion detection

by Andy Clutton

Dahua Technology has released SMD Plus, its full-channel smart motion detection system which, says the company, delivers detection accuracy of up to 95%. The new software is available on Dahua’s XVR AI models.

Upgraded from the original SMD technology running on the CPU, the new SMD Plus uses an independent AI smart chip loaded with new deep learning algorithms, enabling processing power to be ten times more powerful. It also needs fewer pixels to make positive detection results. As a result, Dahua says SMD Plus can recognise moving objects and differentiate between people and vehicles, effectively reducing false alarms caused by objects such as tree branches, animals, insects, shadows and the effects of wind. Meanwhile, users can target specific vehicles or people for tracking and playback, saving time on searching for and retrieving relevant video.

Dahua SMD XVRs support up to 16 channels and are suitable for indoor and outdoor security applications. HDCVI users need only upgrade their devices from XVR-X to XVR-I to enjoy the benefits of HD over coax with AI performance.

In conjunction with Dahua’s active deterrence camera, the system can be used to warn off any intruders with white light and a siren, thereby protecting premises while also saving manpower. No other equipment is required and alarms and alerts can be sent to a user’s mobile phone via the DMSS (Digital Mobile Surveillance System) app.

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