Print Email Facebook Twitter Integrated design of intelligent surveillance systems and their user interface Title Integrated design of intelligent surveillance systems and their user interface Author Toet, A. TNO Defensie en Veiligheid Contributor Arabnia, H.R. (editor) Joshua, R. (editor) Publication year 2005 Abstract Modern complex surveillance systems consisting of multiple and heterogeneous sensors, automatic information registration and data analysis techniques, and decision support tools should provide the human operator an integrated, transparent and easily comprehensible view of the surveyed scene. Displayed visual information should be optimally tuned to the characteristics and limitations of the human visual system. Interaction with the displayed information should be intuitive and effortless so that operators can focus their attention on their task. We present an overview of (1) display techniques that can be used to optimally adjust visual information presentation to the capabilities of the human visual system and the momentary direction of viewing, and (2) a range of techniques that allow optimal interaction with the displayed information. We argue that experts from the application domain, system designers and human factor specialists should all be involved in the design process of a complex surveillance system that incorporates these techniques, to ensure that the final product fully exploits all the technological opportunities and provides a cognitive fit between the displayed information and the operators mental model. Subject InformaticsArtificial intelligenceDecision support systemsHuman engineeringUser interfacesVisual communicationApplication domainsAutomatic informationsData analysis techniquesDecision support toolsDesign processHeterogeneous sensorsHuman factorsHuman operatorsHuman visual systemsIntegrated designsIntelligent surveillance systemsMental modelsOptimal interactionsSurveillance systemsSystem designersTechnological opportunitiesVisual informationsSecurity systems To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:4eacfe4c-bd59-4e73-b074-9d5bc3da6374 TNO identifier 16063 Publisher CSREA Press Source Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence IC-AI'05, I. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 17-23 Document type conference paper Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.