Terror and crime cannot be stopped exclusively at the perimeter. Public venues are either open for all or do not have effective means for screening at the perimeter. Equally, video detection for site surveillance cannot rely solely on motion to identify threats. Therefore video content analysis must take the form of Behavior Tracking.
Behavior Tracking adds intelligence to video surveillance cameras. It detects and tracks objects in video images, applying application-specific rules to detect violations such as abandoned objects, stopped cars, object removal, excessive speed, moving in the wrong direction, crowding, loitering and stalking.