Recognition Preferences

The Recognition Preferences menu allows you to configure a variety of settings that affect how SAFR detects, tracks, and recognizes faces and identities.

Understand Facial Recognition

There are three key elements of SAFR facial recognition, each of which consists of a variety of settings that can be changed to help you fine-tune SAFR’s performance:

Understand Occlusion Detection

SAFR can detect occluded faces. Occlusion constitutes any obstruction of the key facial features by, for example, a scarf, a hand, glasses, a mask, or hair draping over the face. Occlusion detection can be used to:

When the server returns an occlusion threshold in a recognition response, the most recent value is passed to the posted event under the following circumstances:

The effect is the occlusion value in the event reflects occlusion of either the most recent event image update or an idClass change, whichever occurs last.

Recognition Settings

Detect Settings

Select the check box to enable the detection of the following characteristics:

Workload Limits

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