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eSight V300R010C00SPC200, 300, and 500 Operation Guide 09

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GIS-based Video Surveillance

GIS-based Video Surveillance

GIS-based video surveillance makes O&M more intuitive and efficient, improving the competitiveness of eSight in the safe city scenario.

Prerequisites

  • Video surveillance devices and cameras have been added to eSight.
  • If you want to use the OpenStreet map as the background map, you must have the permission to access the public network to request the official website tile server of the Openstreet map.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Video Surveillance from the main menu.
  2. Choose Monitoring Management > Quality Map from the navigation tree on the left.
  3. View the surveillance information in the GIS map.

    NOTE:
    • you can also access the GIS map from the Camera Online Rate Rankings portlets.
    • You can also right-click the map, choose Set View Background from the shortcut menu, and set the map background image and GIS map.
    • You can roll the mouse wheel to zoom in on or zoom out of the map.
    • You can drag the map and click Save in the upper middle part of the screen. In this way, the saved map location is automatically loaded the next time you open the map.
    1. Click the area name next to the search box at the upper left corner, select an area to be queried, and double-click the name of the area.
      NOTE:
      • You can also click the region name next to the search box at the upper left corner, search for region names in fuzzy mode, and select the region to be viewed in the drop-down list box.
      • Currently, a maximum of 500,000 cameras are supported for GIS-based video surveillance.
      • Statuses of cameras in the area are displayed under the search box.
      • You can also search for information about a camera in the area by IPC name, IP address, or area.
      • If the selected group has no other groups, all types of devices are displayed in the group, including cameras, peripheral devices, network devices, and energy and infrastructure devices.
      • Cameras in and out of the region are displayed as color inversion icons on the map. For example, indicates a camera in the region and indicates a camera out of the region.
    2. (Optional) Double-click a camera on the map to view the basic information, current alarms, historical alarms, and blocked alarms of the camera.

    3. (Optional) Click a camera under the search box. Details about the camera are displayed.

      NOTE:
      • You can view details about the camera and camera online duration trend in the last seven days.
      • If the camera is abnormal, alarm information will be displayed here. Click More to view the alarm details.
      • You can also right-click a camera or group to set the geographical location.
    4. Click at the upper right corner to view camera surveillance information.

      Surveillance Type

      Description

      Online offline

      • indicates that the camera is online and indicates that the camera is offline.

      • You can click the label of an area on the map and view information of cameras in the area on the left of the screen.

      Distribution map

      • indicates the camera distribution density.

      • The distribution map is for cameras only. The higher the camera density is, the deeper the distribution map color is.
      • If current cameras are displayed by group, you can zoom in on the map to switch to the camera distribution map.

      Statistics

      You can view data information and trend chart of cameras in the area and data information of cameras in subareas.

      • Data Summary: Collects statistics on information including the number of cameras, number of online cameras, number of offline cameras, rate of online cameras, and number of cameras discarding packets. The camera online rate will be displayed in the colors set on the video surveillance parameter setting page.
      • Trend chart: Displays the online percentage trend and video intactness rate trend of cameras in the group in the last week, month, or year.
        NOTE:

        You can click to export data related to cameras in the group in the last week, month, or year into a table file.

      • Sub-area Data:
        • Displays sub-area data. If subgroups exist in the group, the sub-area displays the sub-groups. If groups exist in the sub-group, you can click the subgroup to view groups in the sub-group.

        • If no sub-group exists in the group, the sub-area displays the basic information about the group, peripheral devices in the group, and alarm list.

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Updated: 2019-09-12

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