Machine Learning powered Secure Websocket & MQTT based ZoneMinder event notification server
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README.md

Note

The master branch is always cutting edge. If you are packaging the ES into your own system/image it is recommended you use the latest stable release. See this note.

What

The Event Notification Server sits along with ZoneMinder and offers real time notifications, support for push notifications as well as Machine Learning powered recognition. As of today, it supports:

  • detection of 80 types of objects (persons, cars, etc.)
  • face recognition
  • deep license plate recognition

I will add more algorithms over time.

Documentation

3rd party dockers

I don't maintain docker images, so please don't ask me any questions about docker environments. There are others who maintain docker images. Please see this link

Requirements

  • Python 3.6 or above

Screenshots

Click each image for larger versions. Some of these images are from other users who have granted permission for use

(permissions received from: Rockedge/ZM Slack channel/Mar 15, 2019)