VMS Integration and User Interface
TIR’s industry leading software platform allows users to track, monitor and manage perimeter incursions into designated areas. The platform can be set up to alert users when a threat enters specified and protected zones.
Thermal Radar can be fully integrated into the VMS of your choice.
Thermal Radar has been integrated into many VMS platforms including:
How Integration Works
The 360 degree thermal images, geospatial data, and alerts are sent to the Thermal Radar Integration Appliance (TRIA) which converts them to a single ONVIF complaint RTSP stream that is readily viewed and recorded in a VMS.
360 Degree Contiguous View
With the TIR Viewer you can see a 360 degree panorama image. Just use your click and drag to pan all the way around.
Areas of Interest and Exclusion Zones
The broad coverage of Thermal Radar is easily customized to allow the end user to decide where Thermal Radar should and should not monitor. Areas of Interest (AOIs) are quickly added, and sensitivity can be set for each AOI. If an area within an AOI needs to be ignored, an Exclusion Zone is simply drawn in.
See heading and distance of alerts. The radar window will layer a heading indicator, blips for alerts, over a satellite image allowing you to see the exact position of the alert.
TIR can easily be set up to send alerts to your email or mobile phone when certain areas are triggered. These events are also recorded within the Camera Manager software, so that you can review the intrusion later.
Shows an activity timeline that scrolls left dynamically as time passes. Red lines on the timeline represent activity detected in a region of interest.
By right clicking on a specific area in the camera view window, the zoom window will refresh with the zoomed image. Also allows you to center this view automatically on alerts so you never miss a thing.
Recording and Playback
Playback automatically recorded alerts and record and playback manually recorded footage of the full 360 degree image. A list shows you the date and time when each alert or recording happened and how long it lasted. Simply click on the one you want to view.