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Analysis of the scene obtained from the surveillance camera is performed with the activity detector: Activity detectors are intelligent sensors with various functions: motion detection within the observed scene, face detection, camera tampering etc.

Each camera has its main activity detector. By default camera arming/disarming means the main activity detector is switched on/off. An alarm event by the main detector takes place (and is registered by the system), when motion within the observed scene begins. If a camera is disarmed, the alarm event is not registered.

Moreover, special auxiliary detectors are available. Such detectors, unlike the main one, register not only the beginning of some motion in the camera, but lens closure and tampering, camera rotation, face recognition and so on.

Main and auxiliary detection zones can be masked Mask is the scene image area with no scene control (for example, if you mask the detector main zone, there is no scene control in progress inside the mask).