I raised this in a separate topic, but despite 50+ views there was no response from Swann.
Maybe a more direct topic will get an answer?
There are a number of features that are seriously missing from the Safe by Swann app and are frustrating me to the point that I'm considering selling up and getting a different system.
This post is concerning motion detection zones.
I have 2 x SWWHD-OUTCAM WiFi cameras.
Several competing systems, as well as a number of *free* IP streaming camera management tools (such as the one I run on my Gen1 Raspberry Pi to monitor my 3D printer called motionEye), offer users the ability to configure motion detection zones. Or more specifically, to set areas to ignore.
I am currently getting hundreds of notification a day as my back garden camera is detecting moving bushes and trees.
I need to crank the sensitivity up as I want to detect movement near a shed about 20m away as well as the nearby back door.
A small tree in the foreground of the image causes almost constant false alarms.
All I need to be able to do is say "ignore anything in this Pixel range" and the whole things is solved.
I have a similar issue in the front where general road traffic will also trigger the camera.
Not a frequently, but if a lorry goes past then I get an activity alert.
These cameras are supposed to have heat & motion "True Detect" sensing.
Please explain how a flapping tree or a lorry is triggering the heat sensor that is supposed to be intelligent enough to only detect people?!