SDK


CDK CONTENTS

  • Application Programming Interfaces
  • Documentation
  • Examples of applicative codes
  • Acces to on-line and off-line help

OS
  • WINDOWS
  • LINUX

FUNCTIONS COVERED
  • Discovery of cameras
  • Management of connections and reconnections
  • Camera configuration and settings
  • Reception of logs
  • Reception of video streams

VEHICLE DATA PROVIDED

  • Number plate
  • Dangerous goods plate
  • Nationality
  • Speed and direction of travel
  • Reliability rate
  • Classification
  • B&W and colour photos
  • B&W and colour streams


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CDK (camera development kit)

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The SURVISION CDK allows integrators to construct in record time the most varied applications using data supplied by the SURVISION cameras.
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System

  • Set of APIs usable in C, C++ and C# on both Windows and Linux,
  • Real time connection to the cameras on the network,
  • All algorithm processing takes place inside the cameras,
  • Action on camera settings and parameters if required,
  • Recovery of metadata, images and video streams from cameras and integration of this data,
  • Precise management of the synchronisation of camera data with other road equipment (lasers, ground loops, various terminals).
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Applications


With the CDK, the data from SURVISION cameras can be used for a wide range of applications :

  • Road traffic measurement and management,
  • Measures to combat toll fraud,
  • Stationary or embedded detection of wanted vehicles,
  • Access control to public and private car-parks,
  • Automated traffic control and fines enforcement,
  • Etc.

Advantages for developers

  • An interface compatible with both WINDOWS and LINUX and usable in several languages,
  • A real-time interface offering very comprehensive access to cameras for the most demanding applications,
  • A unique integration interface for all SURVISION cameras,
  • Applications which are operational in a few hours,
  • An interface economical in computing and network resources with which up to 1,000 cameras can be managed on a single machine.
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