Hotspot Zone Detection using Computer Vision

Hotspot Zone Detection System uses existing CCTV or IP cameras combined with Computer Vision to identify if people are frequently touching unknown physical objects in an area where a camera is installed. If the number of touches exceeds the threshold value, an alert would be sent to concerned authorities and the area can be declared as hotspot zone.

How does it work?

Using existing CCTV cameras, you can detect if people in a specific area touch unknown objects such as gate handles, railings or anything frequently. If cameras using Computer Vision find out that the number of touches exceeds the limit, it triggers an alert and the area is declared as the hotspot zone or region.

Based on the videos captured via the platform, alerts can be sent to the disinfectant authorities who can take quick action by sanitizing that specific area to contain the risk of the spread of COVID-19.

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Hotspot Zone Detection System can help identify people who often touch unknown physical objects. The platform keeps a log of videos that can be later used for contact tracing in case anyone is found to be infected with COVID-19.

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Hotspot Zone Detection System can help identify people who often touch unknown physical objects. The platform keeps a log of videos that can be later used for contact tracing in case anyone is found to be infected with COVID-19.

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Notifications and Alerts

When the limit of the number of touches on unknown objects exceed, the notification is sent to concerned authorities to take any action or disinfect the area.

Features of HotSpot Zone Detection

Automatic Alerts and Notifications

Send voice alerts via speakers installed at a specific place when people are found to be touching objects frequently. Also, notify concerned authorities about sanitizing a hotspot zone identified via the system.

Multi-channel Recognition
Integrate more than one camera in a few minutes and allow cameras to access the capability of AI to recognize faces.

No new hardware
You don’t require new hardware to enable the hotspot zone detection system. It can work with your existing IP or CCTV cameras.

Automatic Alerts and Notifications

Send voice alerts via speakers installed at a specific place when people are found to be touching objects frequently. Also, notify concerned authorities about sanitizing a hotspot zone identified via the system.

Multi-channel Recognition

Integrate more than one camera in a few minutes and allow cameras to access the capability of AI to recognize faces.

No new hardware

You don’t require new hardware to enable the hotspot zone detection system. It can work with your existing IP or CCTV cameras.

Where can Hotspot Zone Detection be used? 

Airport Terminals  

Hotspot zone detection system can be used at airport terminals to monitor if travelers are touching any objects like gate handles, railings or any other object. Based on the identified patterns, any terminal can be called as a hotspot or risk-free zone. The platform would trigger alerts and send a notification to sanitize a specific terminal.

Supermarkets/Retail Shops

Retail shops, supermarkets or shopping malls can use the hotspot zone detection system within their premises or outside the store to identify how frequently visitors touch any physical object.

Offices

Hotspot zone detection platform can be used in offices to identify if employees frequently touch any physical object like tables, chairs or gate handles. An alert would be sent to the office admin and concerned authorities so that an action could be taken instantly.

Metro Stations

A huge number of people travel in the metro and therefore, the risk of the spread of virus remains at peak. Using the hotspot zone detection platform, it is possible to detect touches on physical objects such as gate handles or railings using which it can be identified whether a specific metro station is a hotspot zone or risk-free area.

Religious Places

Religious places like temples and churches can also use the hotspot zone detection platform by using their existing cameras. If people are often found touching physical objects, a voice alarm will trigger and notification will be sent to concerned authorities about the sanitization of that area.

Public Libraries

Using existing IP or CCTV cameras, public libraries can identify if people are touching any physical objects more frequently their visits. If the number of touches goes beyond the threshold limit, the notification is sent to concerned authorities to disinfect that hotspot area quickly.

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