FPGA-Based Real-Time Motion Detection for Automated Video Surveillance Systems
AbstractDesign of automated video surveillance systems is one of the exigent missions in computer vision community because of their ability to automatically select frames of interest in incoming video streams based on motion detection. This research paper focuses on the real-time hardware implementation of a motion detection algorithm for such vision based automated surveillance systems. A dedicated VLSI architecture has been proposed and designed for clustering-based motion detection scheme. The working prototype of a complete standalone automated video surveillance system, including input camera interface, designed motion detection VLSI architecture, and output display interface, with real-time relevant motion detection capabilities, has been implemented on Xilinx ML510 (Virtex-5 FX130T) FPGA platform. The prototyped system robustly detects the relevant motion in real-time in live PAL (720 × 576) resolution video streams directly coming from the camera. View Full-Text
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Singh, S.; Shekhar, C.; Vohra, A. FPGA-Based Real-Time Motion Detection for Automated Video Surveillance Systems. Electronics 2016, 5, 10.
Singh S, Shekhar C, Vohra A. FPGA-Based Real-Time Motion Detection for Automated Video Surveillance Systems. Electronics. 2016; 5(1):10.Chicago/Turabian Style
Singh, Sanjay; Shekhar, Chandra; Vohra, Anil. 2016. "FPGA-Based Real-Time Motion Detection for Automated Video Surveillance Systems." Electronics 5, no. 1: 10.
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