Along with video analysis of images from panoramic cameras - similar to the Promt robot - the Picard robot analyzes images from PTZ cameras, and controls their movement. The PTZ cameras scan the surrounding space using a shifting zoom, and transmit the images to a second video alarm channel that is accessible for wireless (4G or Wi-Fi) hookup to an ONVIF CMS.
If a human being or another object is revealed that is determined by using a supplemental object library (for example, an automobile), then it is highlighted by a red frame, and the photo is sent off to Security Robot Messenger, along with a link to download the relevant 10-second video fragment. At the same time, the object tracking operation mode is switched on via swiveling the PTZ camera.
When a human being is revealed, the image is analyzed to look for the person's face from a frontal position. When the front face position is found, the image is highlighted by a dark blue frame, and the photo is transmitted to the Security Robot Messenger. Control of the PTZ camera can be switched over to manual operation mode by action commands from the ONVIF CMS