Finding suspects in multiple cameras for improved railway protection
de Oliveira Filho, J.
van der Brink, M.
Burgess, D. (editor)
The capability to find individuals using CCTV cameras is important for surveillance applications at large areas such as railway stations, airports and shopping centers. However, it is laborious to track and trace people over multiple cameras post incident. In this paper, we describe the live demonstration of our interactive re-identification system in a railway station. The system performs real-time track generation in multiple cameras and live re-identification and refinding of suspects which was live demonstrated in Poland. The system allows fast interactive retrieval of an individual by showing only similar candidates. An operator can find the origin or destination of a person more efficiently, especially over large time and space intervals
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Physics & Electronics
Defence, Safety and Security
Safety and Security
II - Intelligent Imaging DSS - Distributed Sensor Systems
Optics and Photonics for Counterterrorism, Crime Fighting, and Defence X; and Optical Materials and Biomaterials in Security and Defence Systems Technology XI, 22 September 2014, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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