CROWD DETECTION AND CROWD
BEHAVIOR RECOGNITION

Crowd Detection and Crowd Behavior Recognition

Recent events around the world further illustrate the need for governments and organizations to gain insight on how groups of people are behaving. While most gatherings are peaceful events, they can indicate an important event of interest and some can quickly turn violent. Risks related to personal injury, public health safety, security, and criminal activity are cause for concern as property owners, organizations, authorities, and municipalities can be left financially liable. The sooner attention to crowds is given (e.g. violent or destructive crowds are detected and disseminated), the less likely there is to be widespread damage or injuries.

viisights advanced behavioral video analytics provide the unique ability to identify crowds of user-specified sizes, understand their behavior, and the context of their behavior relative to their surroundings.

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viisights Wise takes this data and level of video understanding a step further to:

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Detect and classify groups

viisights can identify three classifications of human groupings: “groups”, “gatherings”, and “crowds” based on a user-specified sized for each category. These user-configurable classifications help to reduce false alarms by configuring grouping alerts to suit the context. For example, a small group of 6-8 people at a playground is common, but at an airport could be cause for concern. These classifications can also help officials understand how quickly an event is growing, and if there is reason for concern.
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Detect group behavior

Understanding group behavior can help municipalities position law enforcement properly, set up appropriate crowd management measures and more. Employed by businesses, viisights technology can help managers understand how groups of customers move through the store and where additional staff should be stationed.
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Classify group density

Viisights’ ability to determine group density (classified as “low”, “medium” or “high” ) can be employed to enforce social distancing mandates during public health emergencies and pandemics. When leveraged by retail stores it can be used to estimate queue wait times and their proximity to each other for public health preservation. It can also help businesses and authorities assess staff allocation, or cities determine how many police or inspectors to send to manage a crowd.

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