ObjectR Basic Exchange Program

Licenses, News, Product news, VDG Sense - June 8, 2017

From VDG Sense version 2.5 onwards ObjectR Basic will no longer be available. All customers that have ObjectR Basic video channel licenses (SP-ORB) and a valid Software Upgrade Plan (SUP) to upgrade to version 2.5, are entitled for the ObjectR 2017 exchange program. This means that with the upgrade to VDG Sense 2.5, the ObjectR Basic license will be replaced for an ObjectR Advanced license.

To claim your upgrade to the ObjectR Advanced license, please fill out the form below. Fill in your Product Id and email address for each license you would like to have upgraded. You can apply for the ObjectR Basic exchange program as of July 1, 2017.


How can I find my Product Id?
You can find your Product Id in your profile under ‘Licenses’. You can also find your Product Id in the Sense software on the server.

How can I upgrade my software license?
If you have a valid Software Upgrade Plan (SUP), you are entitled to upgrade to the 2.5 software. You can download the latest 2.5 software here.

What is the difference between ObjectR Basic and ObjectR Advanced?
The difference between ObjectR Basic and ObjectR Advanced is, as the name indicates, that the Advanced feature has more accurate options. For example, the analysis of ObjectR Advanced is more accurate, it has a better differentiation of objects (object discrimination) and ObjectR Advanced is continuously under development for improvements.

The five biggest differences between Basic and Advanced:

  • ObjectR Advanced detects smaller objects than ObjectR Basic. This means when using ObjectR Advanced, it detects objects at a greater distance than ObjectR Basic.
  • ObjectR Advanced has better filtering capabilities to filter out unwanted alarms.
  • Both ObjectR Basic and Advanced have virtual (alarm) zones and virtual (alarm) lines.
  • With ObjectR Basic you can set 5 rules, with ObjectR Advanced you can set 8 rules.
  • ObjectR Basic has two rules that ObjectR Advanced does not have. Namely ‘left behind’, which can detect if an object in a particular area is left behind, and ‘taken away’ which can detect whether an object has been removed in a particular area.