Vision Based Automatic Surveillance Towards a Smart Application
Intelligent vision based surveillance has been an important research issue of distributed computing and communication in the future. Since the smart applications are implemented on cyberspace, how to control smart objects and to increase the degree of self awareness has been a challenging issue. This paper was addressed in a vision-based surveillance smart application. An Extended Petri Net was proposed for modeling the vision-based surveillance smart application. This proposed system not only provided the hyperspace facilities but also gave the certainly smart/intelligent fusion for receiver’s needs. Our testbed were focused on the swing and slide those were very common facilities in the park field or playground. We constructed several surveillance cameras with the different specified position and view angle. To obtain the moving objects which were grabbed video and it could be analyzed the potential dangers in real time. We believe that the more smart applications can be developed the more smart real world will be come true in near future.
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