Overview Object Counting Node
The Object Counting Node is used to count one or multiple objects which are previously detected by the object detection node
Input and Output
- Input: MQTT message (results from object detection node)
- Output: MQTT message containing IN / OUT results for each detected label or object.
The Object Counting node consists of two main parts:
- General Settings:
Select the camera mode, backup and publish interval (for publishing messages to the cloud)
- Other Settings: Set the colors of the detection output boxes and define if the output boxes should be shown or not.
The following parameters are used in the Object Counting node.
Input the node name used in a specific flow.
- default: object-counting
- type: string
Camera Mode: Select if your camera is mounted to view a horizontal or vertical scene. Depending on the selection, the proper algorithms will be selected. We currently support horizontal mode.
- default: horizontal
Backup Interval: The backup interval specifies for how long the container will store the results of object counts. The results are stored in a csv file in case something happens to the container or device. When the device recovers it it will restore the latest values from the csv and starts counting again from the last value.
- default: 1 hour
Publish Interval: The container uploads the counting data to the cloud InfluxDB every publish interval.
Show Result: Defines if the detection output boxes should be shown or not.
- default: true
- type: boolean
Text Color: Refers to the color of the text with the counting information shown on the preview video stream.
- Default: [100, 255, 255]
Line Color: Refers to the color of the line for the boxes which are showing the detection results in the preview video stream.
- Default: [200, 50, 50]
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