Reconeyez system uses object detection technology to detect the presence of persons and vehicles on alarm photos and to filter out false alarms. Reconeyez deep learning algorithms filter out 95% of false alarms in urban environments on average.
The left-hand panel of the new Reconeyez cloud Devices menu is now divided into two parts. The upper one is the new Device filters section, which allows users to quickly display all active devices based on their device type, activity or status.
Reconeyez cloud server is now displaying bridge SIM card information – SIM ICCID number, mobile operator name, and bridge uptime since the last reboot.
In the Devices menu, device detailed view, you can now manually predefine and save custom schedules, as well as activate the custom schedules already saved as needed.
You will now find the new Users menu as a separate item at the top main menu bar. You can add new users, suspend users, assign roles and permissions, and get a comprehensive overview of users’ access.
We added Device Profile to the Device Configuration so you can set up new devices faster and make sure that all necessary devices are following the same configuration values and schedules.
From 2021 Reconeyez system boasts an efficient remote-control tool in the form of Android and Apple compatible smartphone application that allows quick arming and disarming of Reconeyez camera systems – the ArmIt app.
We want our customers to be able to focus on their business. There is no need to react to false alarms. Reconeyez uses deep neural network-based technology.