AXIS ACAP application used to monitor an area and notify the user if a marker is present-in or missing-from an area of interest for too long. It can be installed on any ARTPEC-6, ARTPEC-7 or ARTPEC-8 camera, does not require DLPU (excluding multisensors). The application is easy to install and configure, with a setup time of only a few minutes. Download the app from our downloads page, and contact our support with your camera’s MAC address for a trial license.

The Markers application can be used in those circumstances where a detection is needed but there is no artificial intelligence model available. Simply print a marker using your printer or a local graphics shop. The detections are extremely accurate and the use cases are limited only by our imagination. Marker IDs are published to MQTT for any client to consume.

Blocked Exits

AiDANT Markers will notify when a door or gate have been blocked for a predefined period of time, as seen in video. Similar use cases include: Door Ajar, Object Taken, Flood Detected and more…

Forklift Dismount Bypass

AiDANT Markers will notify when forklift is in front of the gate, allowing for automatic access control or gate opening.

Sample Use Cases

Protecting artwork at museums. 

Open door for forklift. 

Water level monitoring. 

Door open/closed. 

Shelf clearing protection.

Vehicles arriving at facilities.

Drone airfield monitoring.

Expensive item theft.

Trigger camera rule-based action.

Track assets: Forklifts, trucks, etc.

Marker obscure, cleaning required.

Silent alarm.

Train fleet monitoring.

Camera tamper/misalignment.

Unusual item detection.

  1. Protecting artwork at museums. Place one or more markers behind art, alarm will trigger when markers become visible.
  2. Open door for forklift. Place marker on forklift, camera will send command to open the door.
  3. Water level monitoring. Place markers on wall or floating device.
  4. Door open/closed. Can be configured to notify after the door is left open for a configurable time.
  5. Shelf clearing protection. Place markers behind items, alarm will trigger when markers become visible.
  6. Vehicles arriving at facilities. Send notifications when vehicle arrives or publish MQTT details with markers details.
  7. Drone airfield monitoring. Get MQTT messages regarding landing pads which are currently empty.
  8. Expensive item theft. Place markers behind items, alarm will trigger when markers become visible.
  9. Trigger any camera rule-based action. Send any HTTP message, start recording, stop alarms and more.
  10. Track assets: Forklifts, trucks, etc. Send information to an MQTT client.
  11. Maintenance: Marker obscure, cleaning required. Ideal for solar panels, street signs, etc.
  12. Silent alarm. Show marker discretely to trigger an alarm.
  13. Train fleet monitoring. Understand where you trains are by placing markers with different IDs on them.
  14. Camera tamper/misalignment detection. If the marker is not aligned or invisible, send an alarm.
  15. Unusual item detection. A cost effective alternative to training artificial intelligence models.