I am having trouble with the person detection.
In most situations my Ring Floodlight Wires Plus identifies people correctly and swiftly. But in some cases it doesn’t.
When the person has something added to him or her, the Ring camera suffers. For example, when walking with a dog or pushing a cart of groceries. In these instances the person detection algorithm is either slow or not working at all.
In this example: Ring Floodlight Cam Plus only half seeing the person re-passing the camera - YouTube
a delivery man comes with our groceries at night. He is pushing a lot of boxes in front of him, and the Ring camera does not recognize him as a person. So the Ring camera has no footage of him.
Only on his way back, halfway through the lense, it sees him. And it is only seeing him when he is half way past the driveway, probably confused by the now empty cart, needing extra time to identify him. But since the cart is empty (and not full like on the initial passing), it ends up finally identifying the person.
Here is the same situation captured by a Netatmo Presence camera, which without issues sees the man passing and re-passing the driveway: Netatmo Presence camera capturing full passing and re-passing. - YouTube
Motion sensitivity os set to High. The motion zones are properly set and detects persons when they are “clean”. The camera is placed exatly 2,75 cm in the air (9 ft).
Are you working on improving situations identifying people, when they are walking with/carrying something?