Camlytics user guide

Overview of Camlytics Camera Software, and how to get started with it.

Camlytics aggregates analytics data for each camera and builds various statistics based on that.

Charts show visual representation of events on different time spans. They are also convenient for comparing frequency of different event types. Basic chart shows distribution of frequency of different event types in defined time range.
To build a chart, choose data sources from Data source menu - it can be either Zones/Lines or single event types.
In case of Zones/Lines as data source, all events that are generated by that item will participate.

To move through different predefined timespans choose option from Quick filter dropdown menu.

If you are interested in particular date range, you can define it in Custom filter. You can also choose appropriate breakdown time - by hour, by day, by week or by month - depending on your dates range.

Heatmaps show "hot" and "cold" areas on the video scene, which indicate spots where most objects are concentrated for longest time, i.e. areas with high and low activity.
Heatmaps can be very useful for analyzing flows of different objects - customers, cars, etc.

Usually heatmap data is collected hourly, but this value can be changed in Analytics settings. The bigger the data collection time - the less space database file will take on disk, but minimal breakdown time will also be bigger.

Heatmap is built the same way as charts, except it doesn't need any data sources chosen.

Reset heatmap setting regulates how much time object trajectories data is aggregated before it is saved to database. Basically, it is the discretization value for the heatmap data. Should not be very low to avoid high disk usage.
Save heatmap image allows saving transparent *.png heatmap into the "%appdata%\Camlytics\Data\{channel-guid}\Heatmaps" directory.
X Cells, Y Cells changes heatmap resolution - the more cells the higher resolution. Not recommended to set value more than 100 to avoid high disk usage.

Camlytics stores all events in database, so you can access them in any time. To get specific type of events that happened in known time span, you need to choose data source and define dates and breakdown values in custom filter.
If screenshots setting is enabled for particular event, you will see the camera icon, which opens corresponding event snapshot.
To export selected events to .csv file, click on the icon to the left from Events archive header.
If you want to receive camera events in realtime and perform custom actions on them, use our API