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New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems for the mining industry

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Presented at the 2013 Society of Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration Annual Meeting (SME 2013). Mining operations require a wider approach for surveillance systems to meet needs ranging from process monitoring to people and assets protection. Intelligent video analytics can identify specific conditions and notify operators of potential issues, allowing mining operations to make quick, informed decisions.

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New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems for the mining industry

  1. 1. New trends in video analytics andsurveillance systems and its potentialapplications for the mining industryKevin Saldanha, Senior Product ManagerSchneider ElectricSME Annual Meeting and Exhibition 2013
  2. 2. Schneider ElectricTrends and Implications that DriveIndustry Security● Increasing physical threats inthe workplace● Corporate espionage and theft of physicaland intellectual property● Stricter and evolving regulatoryenvironment for security practices &reporting● Advanced Identity Management● Convergence of IT and Physical Security● Terrorist threats in high risk facilitiesSchneider Electric – New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems – SME 2013
  3. 3. Schneider ElectricIntelligent Video Surveillance
  4. 4. Schneider ElectricIntelligent Video Analytics - Definition●Video analytics involves detectingand tracking motion of objects●It can identify specific conditionsand alert mine operators ofpotential situationsSchneider Electric – New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems – SME 2013
  5. 5. Schneider ElectricAdaptive Motion●Detects and tracks objects thatenter a zone – filtered by sizeSchneider Electric – New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems – SME 2013
  6. 6. Schneider ElectricDirectional Motion11:00 – 05/05/2012●Generates an alarm in an areawhen a person or object movesin a user-specified direction.●Cameras can detect vehicles /personnel moving in the oppositedirection of the normal flow oftraffic or an individual enteringthrough an exit door.11:00 – 05/05/2012Schneider Electric – New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems – SME 2013
  7. 7. Schneider ElectricObject Removal●Triggers an alarm if an object isremoved from a defined zone●Ideal for customers who want todetect the removal of high value orcritical objects11:00 – 05/05/201211:00 – 05/05/2012Zone 1Zone 1Schneider Electric – New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems – SME 2013
  8. 8. Schneider ElectricObject Counting11:00 – 05/05/2012●Counts the number of objects that enter adefined zone or cross a tripwire●Used to count the number of people at a storeentrance/exit or inside a store where thetraffic is light.●Based on tracking and does not count peoplein a crowded setting.Zone 1Schneider Electric – New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems – SME 2013
  9. 9. Schneider ElectricCamera Sabotage●Detects large changes in the field of view●Alarm generated on significant shift in pixelfield such as lens cover or camerarepositioningSchneider Electric – New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems – SME 2013
  10. 10. Schneider Electric11:00 – 05/05/2012Abandoned Object●Detects objects placed inuser-defined zone●Dwell time monitoring of astationary object within azone●Typical installation forcritical infrastructure(Chemicals, Fuel,Hazardous)Schneider Electric – New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems – SME 2013
  11. 11. Schneider ElectricLoitering Detection11:00 – 05/05/2012●Detects people or vehicles in a zonelonger than the user-defined time allows●Dwell time monitoring of moving targetswithin a zone●Effective in real-time notification ofsuspicious behavior around hazardousareas / critical infrastructureSchneider Electric – New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems – SME 2013
  12. 12. Schneider ElectricSchneider Electric – Presentation Title – SME 2013Stopped Vehicle11:00 – 05/05/201211:00 – 05/05/2012●Detects vehicles stopped near asensitive area longer than theuser-defined time allows●Ideal for mining hazardousareas, and vehicles waiting atgates.
  13. 13. Schneider ElectricAuto Tracking11:00 – 05/05/2012●Detects and tracks movement in thecamera’s field of view.●Camera automatically pans and tilts tofollow object.Schneider Electric – New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems – SME 2013
  14. 14. Schneider ElectricObject Type Detection●Added to Adaptive Motion and Loitering Detectionon Thermal Imaging cameras● Uses object size and shape rather thantemperature profile to discriminate object typeSchneider Electric – New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems – SME 2013
  15. 15. Schneider ElectricCamera Technologies for challengingconditions
  16. 16. Schneider ElectricChallenging lighting conditions11:00 – 05/05/201211:00 – 05/05/2012●Low light levels●Wide dynamic range – Verybright and very dark areasin the same scene●Blooming with headlights inthe dark●No lightSchneider Electric – New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems – SME 2013
  17. 17. Schneider ElectricSureVision technology11:00 – 05/05/201211:00 – 05/05/2012●Delivers Wide Dynamic Range, Low Light & Anti-Bloom capabilities,automatically across changes in lighting and scene.Schneider Electric – New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems – SME 2013
  18. 18. Schneider ElectricThermal ImagingSchneider Electric – New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems – SME 2013Thermal Imaging Visible Imaging●Doesn’t need light!●Creates images from differences in radiated emissivity andtemperature●Particularly effective with video analytics●Moving from Military to commercial applications
  19. 19. Schneider ElectricThermal Imaging●For places where subtle differences inappearance cannot be detected byvisible light cameras●Thermal cameras can help identify:●Leaks, ruptures●Hot spot, Sensitive locations wheretemperature change can predictserious trouble.●Ideal for mine surveillance, perimetermonitoring, high-value asset protection,electrical devices supervision (motors /transformers) and process supervisionSchneider Electric – New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems – SME 2013
  20. 20. Schneider ElectricSpecialty Camera Systems for ruggedmining environments●Pressurized Camera Systems●Explosion Proof Camera●Vandal resistant camerasSchneider Electric – New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems – SME 2013
  21. 21. Schneider ElectricCamera Integration /Management Systems
  22. 22. Schneider ElectricVideo Management Systems●Purpose-Built for HD Video●Mission-Critical Reliabilityand Performance●Scalable to Hundreds orThousands of Cameras●Open-Platform,Foundational Architecture●Third-Party Cameras &StorageSchneider Electric – New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems – SME 2013
  23. 23. Schneider ElectricMobile access to security video●For first responders & roving security personnel●View live video from IP cameras directly or viavideo management systems●Control Pan Tilt Zoom camerasSchneider Electric – New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems – SME 2013
  24. 24. Schneider ElectricThank You!Schneider Electric – New trends in video analytics and surveillance systems – SME 2013

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