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Smart sensing surveillance video system
Author(s): Charles Hsu; Harold Szu
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Paper Abstract

An intelligent video surveillance system is able to detect and identify abnormal and alarming situations by analyzing object movement. The Smart Sensing Surveillance Video (S3V) System is proposed to minimize video processing and transmission, thus allowing a fixed number of cameras to be connected on the system, and making it suitable for its applications in remote battlefield, tactical, and civilian applications including border surveillance, special force operations, airfield protection, perimeter and building protection, and etc. The S3V System would be more effective if equipped with visual understanding capabilities to detect, analyze, and recognize objects, track motions, and predict intentions. In addition, alarm detection is performed on the basis of parameters of the moving objects and their trajectories, and is performed using semantic reasoning and ontologies. The S3V System capabilities and technologies have great potential for both military and civilian applications, enabling highly effective security support tools for improving surveillance activities in densely crowded environments. It would be directly applicable to solutions for emergency response personnel, law enforcement, and other homeland security missions, as well as in applications requiring the interoperation of sensor networks with handheld or body-worn interface devices.

Paper Details

Date Published: 3 June 2016
PDF: 12 pages
Proc. SPIE 9871, Sensing and Analysis Technologies for Biomedical and Cognitive Applications 2016, 98710W (3 June 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2239982
Show Author Affiliations
Charles Hsu, Trident Systems Inc. (United States)
Harold Szu, The Catholic Univ. of America (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 9871:
Sensing and Analysis Technologies for Biomedical and Cognitive Applications 2016
Liyi Dai; Yufeng Zheng; Henry Chu; Anke D. Meyer-Bäse, Editor(s)

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