ZED HUB: Zed Core Analyzer

Is there anyway to manually adjust any of the below feature locally and pass it on as a preset perameters (or zones) to ZED hub.

VirtualFence Detector,
QueueMgmt Detector
CrossLine Detector

If not is there anyother totorial or exmaple on these features to try out locally.

Many thanks in advance.

PS. In short I just want to draw detection line or zone manually

Hello and thank you for contacting us,

Zed Core Analyzer has indeed these features but we did not release the app that creates the zones (yet), because it’s note ready. We’ll publish it as soon as it is. In the meantime, you can always tune your own app to do these kind of detection.


@alassagne Thanks for your reply, that puts my mind to an ease, as I was going line-by-line to get to understand the controls for those features.

By any chance, is there a possiblity for an early access, as only need them for DEMO, stability is not at all concern for me at this point :smiley:

Best regards

Unfortunately, I cannot send it to you yet. But you can easily develop your own app that does pretty much the same. Starts with our Object detection sample : zed-hub-examples/samples/object_detection_sample at main · stereolabs/zed-hub-examples · GitHub

@alassagne while, we are hacking our way through, I wanted to ask if there is any update or plans for Zed Core Analyzer to go in the direction we mentioned above. Just curious :smiley:

Sorry, we need a little more work on this app and did not take the time yet. Bump me a message again in a month or so :slight_smile:

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Hi @alassagne I hope everything is going good. If you find a moment I have a couple of quires:

  1. Any update on the Zed Core Analyzer App.
  2. Is is possible to Host /Manage an App on zed hub, that can be used as a service on an app to connect to: something llke: Link access from a third party app using REST API call to ZED Hub, In short we need the App managed through ZED Hub, but we need the Skeleton data to be streamed somewhere else.


A ZED Hub app can be pretty much anything. It can event not use ZED Hub SDK module, if you don’t need it. As long as it can run in a container, you can package it by following the template structure and using edge_cli.
For example, run

edge_cli create_app c++ .

You’ll get a template c++ app that does Hello World. Then use any c++ library / code that you want.

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