Observe • Analyze • Act

IVS Intelligent Video Surveillance

The new era of video surveillance is the analytical video. By giving intelligence to cameras, they can see, think, act and inform. For example: in a camera installed at a shopping mall, an analytical system is installed so it can count people and detect where they are walking and send out an alarm every time a person walks around an area restricted for the public, making the guards job more efficient and helping the marketing department to keep count on how many people visited the mall every day.


Which shelves inside a store attract a bigger number of customers? Which paintings by a new artist attract more attention from visitors? Which waiting areas at the terminal are preferred during afternoon hours?

To answer to similar questions, they are recorded and evaluated all movements of a determined sized object, either in a live image or in a detection area previously defined. The frequency of the movements is reflected through different colors in a thermic map.


You can define headcount corridors on the camera’s live video to discover, for example, how many people come in and out of every store access.

The camera registers the frequency with which a headcount corridor is crossed during a specific period of time.


The patterns of “unwanted or wanted” movement of objects and people can give us statistics and activate alarms and events.

Corridor: to count objects in a defined corridor.

Duration of stay: an object or person is exceeding the duration of their stay as defined for an area of the image.

Opposite direction: the object is moving in opposite direction to the main flow.

Turn: the object changes direction in an angle between 45 and 135 degrees.

U-Turn: the object makes a sudden turn.

Velocity: the object exceeds the defined speed limit.

Restricted area: an object enters a restricted area.


Thermal: movement detection at every hour of the day.

The high thermic resolution allows the detection of moving objects for 400m in total darkness and every condition like smoke, dust or fog. Lighting is not required.

Optic: identifying objects.

Due to a double lens we can have a clear identification of facial features, clothing, license plate, vehicle color, etc.

Thermic superposition.

The heat marks are very easy to identify by overlapping the thermic image over the optic image, with the help of a double lens, which contributes to detect possible dangerous heat sources or fire. This technology is efficient in the protection against fires to identify possible sources of danger.


Our projects are custom made.

We offer multi-brand solutions with the purpose of taking the best out of each brand to deliver on the requirements of the project.

Our projects have scalable growth potential, we can grow according to the needs and budgets.

We can implement our systems in already built places or during their construction.

Our services and equipment are insured for the total value of the project protecting our clients.





+52 (33) 3122-5563

Piscis No. 504

Zapopan, Jalisco

Marco Méndez


+52 (442) 404.1341

Sendero Escondido #60

Milenio III

Querétaro, Qro.

Rafael Mutio

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