SAFR Geutebrueck Operation Guide

Integrated SAFR Geutebrueck is only available on Windows.

Integrating SAFR’s facial recognition and analysis capabilities into Geutebrueck enables you to use SAFR’s video feed information overlays within Geutebrueck camera video feeds, thus making it much easier to quickly and accurately separate unknown people from authorized people from known threats. You’ll also have immediate access to additional infomation such as age, gender, sentiment, name, company, known associates, or any other configurable information you want to create.

Integrating the two systems also allows SAFR’s information-rich events to trigger and populate Geutebrueck bookmarks, events, and alerts.

A final benefit to integrating SAFR and Geutebrueck is that you’ll be able to enroll individuals captured by Geutebrueck cameras into SAFR’s Identity Database.

The SAFR Geutebrueck Integration Guide discusses how to install and configure SAFR and Geutebrueck so that the two systems are properly integrated. This page discusses how to operate the integrated systems.

Person Enrollment

Most of the integrated SAFR-Geutebrueck functionality requires that people are first enrolled in SAFR’s Identity Database. There are 3 main ways that people can become enrolled in your SAFR system:

Enroll People from Within Geutebrueck

To enroll people into SAFR from within Geutebrueck, do the following:

  1. Open the Geutebrueck G-View client and run a recorded CCTV video file.
  2. Click the button to enter Face Enrollment mode.
  3. Draw a rectangle around the face to be enrolled.
  4. Click the Enroll button. This will cause the person’s face to be enrolled in SAFR.

Video Overlays

Geutebrueck supports displaying real-time overlays in the G-View Client and archived video on a periodic basis. The frequency and duration of display is managed in the G-View preferences. When SAFR and Geutebrueck are integrated, Geutebrueck’s video overlays display additional information.

Video Insight Overlay Item SAFR Equivalent Additional Notes
ID PersonId If the person isn’t enrolled in SAFR, this field is blank. (Persons who aren’t enrolled don’t have PersonIds.)
Name Last Name
FirstName First Name
Group Person Type
Info Tags This item is a boolean. It’s set to true if the viewed person is enrolled in SAFR and has one or more tags defined. Otherwise, it’s set to false.
CardNo N/A This item currently isn’t used for anything.
Confidence similarityScore
Gender Gender This item is an integer; its possible values represent the following:
0 = Female
1 = Male
2 = Unknown
Age Age
Time DateTimeOffset
String 1 External Id
String 2 Id Class This item is a text string.
Integer1 Id Class This item is an integer; its possible values represent the following SAFR Id Classes:
0 = Unknown
1 = Unidentified
2 = Stranger
3 = NoConcern
4 = Concern
5 = Threat
Integer2 Sentiment value
Double1 Mask This item is an integer; its possible values represent the following:
0 = no mask
1 = masked face
Double2 SAFR Event Type This item is an integer; its possible values represent the following SAFR event types:
0 = Unknown
1 = Person
2 = Badge
3 = Action
4 = RecognizedObject

See the SAFR documentation for details about the additional overlay information.

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