I know AI doesn’t care if an object is moving or not. Here’s my scenario. When there is a parked car in my driveway I get vehicle detections when any car goes down the road, tree moves, shadow on the ground. I have all areas where it’s detecting movement ignored but it still sends me vehicle detection all day long. It’s a parked car. Will AI eventually be able to tell if an object is moving and only alert you then? Thanks for any help on this.
Wyze has this request listed as in progress.
It seems like this has been “in development” for a long time?
I’ve recently upgraded to CamPlus hoping to reduce the number of notifications I was getting only to find that I’m getting 10x more now.
There’s always a stationary vehicle in my driveway and now every fly, shadow, raindrop triggers a “vehicle” detection.
CamPlus makes it worse because there’s no cooldown or limit on the number of events.
My cameras are triggering hundreds of times an hour at night because of this.
I guess that depends on what “a long time” means. I believe they started looking into this about a year ago, and I don’t think the prototype was ready for testing until a couple of months ago. I believe it wasn’t updated to “In Progress” until this year. In terms of developing such a complex machine learning feature, I would not call 1 year a long time at all, but it can seem that way to some people without a lot of experience in programming, machine learning, and testing. So I guess a yes or no is relative to one’s level of experience with this sort of thing. I think it’s moving pretty fast, but I am also anxious for it to come out. I have had to disable vehicle detections on some of my cams so they would stop notifying me about parked cars.