Finding and detecting packages is called Package Localization.
Xailient has leveraged 10-years of R&D to build the world’s fastest and smallest object detector that can fit on extremely tiny devices running on exceptionally low power.
Because of this, object detection for faces, people, pets, vehicles, and packages can be run on resource-constrained Edge devices, like the camera itself.
You can also train your custom detection models to run on your cameras with Xailient’s Orchestrait computer vision AI management platform.
The benefit of running Package Detection AI on the Edge (instead of the cloud) is that private and sensitive data is not sent to the cloud. Cloud processing bills go to $0, and you get faster alerts since everything is processed on the camera itself.
In the past, security cameras have relied on motion detection to alert the user if something interesting (e.g., a moving vehicle, person, etc.) has been detected. This reduces the amount of data that needs to be sent to the cloud.
The issue with traditional approaches is that motion detection generates many false alarms. We refer to this as Dumb Motion Detection.
Thanks to advances in AI and computer vision, we now have Smart Motion Detection.
Smart Motion Detection works by processing every motion clip using an AI model to determine if a package was in that clip. If so, the clip and the alert saying “Package Detected” is sent to the user. If not, that clip is discarded as a false alarm.
Package Detection does the job of detecting if a package is present in an image or a camera’s video clip. Package Detection can also discern the locations of packages.
With Xailient’s Package Detection AI technology, users can see packages that have been delivered to their property, so they’ll always be able to make sure their deliveries have arrived and are safe.