KSM (Kes Security Management) is an active surveillance system, created to overcome the limitations of traditional surveillance by implementing a "smart" system, which is able to automatically detect the risk scenarios, generating alerts only in situations setted as dangerous.

The KSM features:
The main features of the system are:
  • A distributed architecture for optimizing the computational load shared between multiple units that contribute in a development phase.
  • KSM meets the scalability and flexibility criteria that guarantee excellent performance in the application domain
  • The intelligence is in the correlation engine, described above, which can automatically identify the scenario in place alerting security officers only in situations classified as dangerous.
  • The positive and negative falses  have a lower specific weight thanks to the logic of the system, based on the correlation of events make the videosurveillance much more efficient.
  • The operation and the KSM logic are independent from the type of adopted sensors.
  • More complex configurations may include the use of different sensors to optimize detection.

The operating logic

Through the design and the implementation of a Knowledge Management system, KSM provides analysis and scanning of the environment by intercepting scenes and movements and transmitting the information to a control room. Integrated into an active network, all the sensors and cameras are able to work together dynamically allowing KSM to recognize independently what is happening and to warn only when a situation is detected as dangerous. The implementation of KSM begins from the sensors network design (video cameras and antennas) to ensure a complete view of the scene to be observed. All the sensors are recorded in an Asset Management System and georeferenced on a cartographic map. KSM provides a decision support module created by a space-time correlation engine able to rebuild in real time the current scenario. "Active" Monitoring is achieved through the division of risk scenarios in elementary events intercepted by individual devices (cameras and sensors),  reducing the number of positives and negatives falses.

Spatial and temporal correlation


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