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Intelligent Geospatial Camera Zoom

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Description

Security devices that have a defined location in map space (Latitude, Longitude, Elevation), like access control, RFID, proximity sensors can sometimes act a “pseudo-geospatial” sensors. Used in conjunction with a geospatial spatial system, the system can automatically swing to just about any security event, including an access control or RFID condition. This geospatial ability to swing to a specific “event” is typically called “slew to cue.”

One additional feature of this slew to cue function within a geospatial system is the idea of an” intelligent zoom.” An example of this is shown in this video, where the camera is quickly steered from viewing an object at 5Km from the camera to a very close object located at only 100m. The system understands the distance to each object and automatically adjusts the zoom while it is changing it pan and tilt to allow a proper zoom level to see the close up object.






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