The CCTV system installed in the security robots includes a PTZ camera with two sensors, one for detecting heat and the other for visible radiation. Thermal imaging allows tracking people and machines from a distance of up to several hundred meters away, in complete darkness. These robot models are equipped with a built-in supercomputer to process video received from both sensors installed in the PTZ camera, as well as to control the camera.
In surveillance mode, the PTZ camera continuously scans its surroundings by revolving around its axis. Whenever the camera detects people, machines, or other thermal anomalies, it starts tracking those objects. Video analytics tools employed in the thermal imaging channel can detect a thermal anomaly even if the object is far away. At the same time, a program for processing images received from the visible radiation sensor performs a search for humans, detects them, and captures their faces, provided there is enough ambient light. When there isn't enough light, the tracking system uses the information received from the thermal imaging camera.