The MIV Stats page allows users to view statistics regarding cameras assigned to Interactive Accounts on their system. The following documentation instructs users on how to view and manage data via the available options.
MIV Stats provides users with three interactive graphs that display desired information regarding Interactive accounts within Matrix. These graphs can be updated and filtered as necessary to display information as comprehensive or specific as desired.
Users can manage the displayed information via the available Group By dropdowns for each graph. Selecting a metric will display the percentage of that metric in regard to the system as a whole. The metrics available within these dropdowns are defined below.
|Account Number||Pie||Displays customer account numbers configured to use Matrix Interactive and the percentage of assigned streams per account.|
For Example: 00DICE: 53.8% means, 53.8% of streams are assigned to account 00DICE.
|Brand||Pie||Displays the brand of data entered cameras and the percentage total of assigned streams per brand.|
For Example: HIK: 2.5% means 2.5% of streams are cameras manufactured by Hik.
|City||Pie||Displays the city locations of Interactive customers and the percentage of assigned streams per city.|
For Example: Bay City: 62.1% means 62.1% of streams are located within Bay City.
|Commercial Resident||Pie||Displays the property type of accounts and the percentage of assigned streams per type.|
For Example: R: 86.6% means 86.6% of streams are assigned to Residential customers.
|Company Name||Pie||Displays the company names of accounts and the percentage of assigned streams per company.|
For Example: DICE Corporation: 64% means 64% of streams are assigned to the DICE Corporation company.
|Country||Pie||Displays the country locations of Interactive customers and the percentage of assigned streams per country.|
For Example: Japan: 19% means 19% of streams are located in Japan.
|Custom Account||Pie||Displays the percentage of streams assigned to accounts labeled Custom within Data Entry.|
For Example: N: 30% means 30% of streams are assigned to accounts not labeled custom.
|Dealer||Pie||Displays the dealer accounts configured to use Matrix Interactive and the percentage of assigned streams per dealer.|
For Example: DICE: 85% means 85% of streams are assigned to dealer DICE.
|Has At Least One ROI||Pie||Displays the percentage of cameras that have at least one ROI assigned to their view.|
For Example: No: 57% means 57% of streams do not have any ROIs assigned.
|Image Analytics Calls||Pie||Displays the number of analytics calls made and the percentage of streams making each number of calls.|
For Example: 0: 29% means 29% of streams have made zero calls to analytics.
|Image Analytics Calls (Top 10)||Line||Displays the 10 streams making the majority of analytic calls.|
|Rate Limit Hits (Top 10)||Line||Displays the 10 streams being rate limited by the system the most frequently.|
|RTSP IP||Pie||Displays camera RTSP IPs and the percentage of assigned streams per IP.|
For Example: 000.00.000.00: 20% means 20% of streams are using the IP 000.00.000.00.
|RTSP IP and Port||Pie||Displays the RTSP IP and Port and the percentage of assigned streams per IP and Port.|
For Example: 000.00.000.00:23: 5.3% means 5.3% of streams are using the IP and Port 000.00.000.00:23.
|RTSP Path||Pie||Displays camera RTSP Paths and the percentage of assigned streams using each path.|
For Example: /Streaming/Channel/2:30% means 30% of streams are using the RTSP Path /Streaming/Channel/2.
|RTSP Port||Pie||Displays camera RTSP Ports and the percentage of assigned streams using each port.|
For Example: 554: 3% means 3% of streams are using Port 554.
|Sort By Name||Pie||Displays account Sort By Names and the percentage of streams assigned to accounts using each sort name.|
For Example: DICE: 40% means 40% of streams are assigned to accounts using DICE as their Sort By Name.
|State||Pie||Displays state locations of Interactive customers and the percentage of assigned streams per state.|
For Example: MI: 25% means 25% of streams are assigned to accounts located in the state of Michigan.
|Supervise Schedule||Pie||Displays the percentage of Interactive account streams with and without supervised schedules assigned.|
For Example: Y: 90% means 90% of streams are assigned to accounts with supervised schedules assigned.
|Time Since Last Alarm||Pie||Displays the time frame in which cameras last alarmed and the percentage of streams that alarmed within each time frame.|
For Example: 1 Day: 5% means 5% of streams last alarmed one day ago.
|Time Zn||Pie||Displays the time zone locations of Interactive customers and the percentage of assigned streams per time zone.|
For Example: EST: 30% means 30% of streams are assigned to accounts located in the EST time zone.
|Unsupervised Attempts (Top 10)||Line||Displays the 10 cameras that sent the most emails during their unsupervised schedule time frame.|
|Zip Code||Pie||Displays the zip code locations of Interactive customers and the percentage of streams per zip code.|
For Example: 48625: 30% means 30% of streams are assigned to accounts located within the 48625 zip code.
|Zone||Pie||Displays the zones assigned to Interactive customers and the percentage of streams assigned to each zone.|
For Example: 101: 30% means 30% of streams are assigned to zone 101.
Manual Filter Input
Users can apply custom filters to the graphs via the Manual Filter Input fields.
Perform the following steps to assign a custom set of filters to the graphs.
- Select the filter type you would like to filter by from the available dropdown.
- In this example, we will use the filter type City.
- Input the criteria you would like to filter by into the available text field.
- In this example, we will use the city of Dallas.
- Select Search to apply the selected filter to the graphs.
- Repeat steps 1 and 2 for all desired parameters you would like to assign.
Once assigned, all selected graphs will display data matching the filters.
Applying Graph Filters
Users can select data displayed within the charts to apply filters and view more precise information. The Filters section displays all filters currently assigned to the graphs. Selecting the Clear Filters option will remove all assigned filters from the graphs.
The information displayed or accessed depends on the type of graph the user is interacting with. More information on interacting with each type of graph can be found below.
Pie Graphs The available pie graphs display percentage information regarding the total number of streams assigned to the selected metric.
Users can select information wedges from the pie graphs to automatically assign the selected metric as a filter.
For Example: Selecting the Bay City wedge from the available City data, will automatically update the graphs to display information corresponding to the city.
Selecting the city graph a second time will remove the filter.
Bar Graphs The available bar graphs display information pertaining to the top 10 streams on your system. Users can interact with these graphs to view information regarding the specific cameras as necessary.
Hovering your cursor over a camera will display the camera’s view over the graph.
Selecting a camera will open an alternate browser tab of Camera Setup for the selected camera.
Users can update and preserve the layout of the Stats page using the available Layout options. These options are defined below.
|Save||Preserves the current layout as default for all users. When the page is revisited, the saved layout (including selected graphs, filters, etc) will display automatically.|
|Reset||Reverts the layout to its default state. Any filters or parameters applied will be removed from the view.|
The Streams table displays all cameras meeting the selected filter criteria (For Example: if you select a single account number, all streams assigned to that account will display within this table).
Users can interact with the table via the available toolbar options. These options are defined below.
|CSV||Downloads a CSV file of the table to the user’s computer.|
|Reload||Refreshes the table to display up-to-date information.|
MIV Billing Metrics
The MIV Billing Metrics page provides access to system-wide Matrix Interactive data use metrics. The following documentation instructs users on how to view their billing data via the available options.
The Billing Metrics table displays the available data categories users can select and view within the lower table. The available metrics and their functions are defined below. More information on expanding the metrics’ associated data can be found below.
|Clip Storage||Displays the total amount of storage all Matrix Interactive accounts are currently occupying.|
Note: Selecting this option will not display additional details below the table.
|Accounts data entered||Displays the total number of accounts data entered within Matrix that are using Matrix Interactive.|
|Streams data entered||Displays the total number of streams data entered across all Matrix Interactive accounts.|
|Streams with ROI||Displays the total number of streams that have a Region of Interest assigned.|
|Accounts over 36 streams||Displays the total number of Matrix Interactive accounts with more than 36 streams data entered.|
|Accounts 36 streams or fewer||Displays the total number of Matrix Interactive accounts with fewer than 36 streams data entered.|
|Accounts over 108 hours supervised||Displays the total number of Matrix Interactive accounts with greater than 108 hours of supervised schedules assigned within a single week.|
Selecting any one metric from the Billing Metrics table will display its associated information within the bottom metrics table.
MIV Analytics Queue
The MIV Aanalytics Queue page displays all streams with backed up analytics events. The displayed events are those pending for handling by the AI Handler and the frequency in which streams are sending clips is causing congestion within the queue. This page can provide insight into cameras experiencing issues so users can troubleshoot and address any problems. The following documentation instructs users on how to view and handle backed up events.
Total Events Queued
The Total Events Queued table displays all streams with backed up analytics events waiting for processing. Users can interact with streams via the available toolbar options. These options are defined below.
|Clear stream events||Removes all backed up events on the selected stream.|
Please Note: Cleared events are completely deleted from the system.
|Clear all but recent||Removes all but the 100 most recent backed up events across all streams.|
Please Note: Cleared events are completely deleted from the system.
|Send events as motion||Sends the selected stream’s backed up events to Monitoring for handling. These events are sent as motion only alarms and will not contain object analytic data. See the Video Alarm Timeline documentation for more information on handling video alarms.|
|Open stream editor||Opens Camera Setup for the selected stream in an alternate browser tab. See the Camera Setup for more information on managing camera streams.|
|View events||Opens the Event Viewer dialog box for the selected stream. See the Camera Setup documentation for more information on the event viewer.|
|Refresh||Reloads the table information to display up-to-date stream data.|
Backed Up Analyics Calls
The Backed Up Analyics Calls graph displays a graphic breakdown of the total number of backed up events per stream. Selecting a wedge from the pie chart will open the Camera Setup page for the applicable stream in an alternate browser tab.