We present a method aimed at monitoring access to interlocks and secured entrance areas, which deploys two views in order to robustly perform intrusion detection and singularization. The main contributions are represented by an original approach to perform background subtraction, which is particularly robust against sudden illumination changes, shadows and photometric distortions, and by the use of a feature extraction and classification approach which allows to reliably determine an estimation of the number of people currently occupying the monitored area. Our system is designed to operate in very small interlocks and can work in a substantially unstructured environment.

Multi-view access monitoring and singularization in interlocks / L. Di Stefano; F. Tombari; S. Mattoccia; M. Balasso. - ELETTRONICO. - (2008), pp. 143-150. (Intervento presentato al convegno IEEE Fifth International Conference on Advanced Video and Signal Based Surveillance tenutosi a Santa Fe nel 1-3 Settembre 2008).

Multi-view access monitoring and singularization in interlocks

DI STEFANO, LUIGI;TOMBARI, FEDERICO;MATTOCCIA, STEFANO;
2008

Abstract

We present a method aimed at monitoring access to interlocks and secured entrance areas, which deploys two views in order to robustly perform intrusion detection and singularization. The main contributions are represented by an original approach to perform background subtraction, which is particularly robust against sudden illumination changes, shadows and photometric distortions, and by the use of a feature extraction and classification approach which allows to reliably determine an estimation of the number of people currently occupying the monitored area. Our system is designed to operate in very small interlocks and can work in a substantially unstructured environment.
2008
Proceedings of the IEEE Fifth International Conference on Advanced Video and Signal Based Surveillance (AVSS 2008)
143
150
Multi-view access monitoring and singularization in interlocks / L. Di Stefano; F. Tombari; S. Mattoccia; M. Balasso. - ELETTRONICO. - (2008), pp. 143-150. (Intervento presentato al convegno IEEE Fifth International Conference on Advanced Video and Signal Based Surveillance tenutosi a Santa Fe nel 1-3 Settembre 2008).
L. Di Stefano; F. Tombari; S. Mattoccia; M. Balasso
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