Towards Multimodal Surveillance for Smart Building Security†
AbstractThe main goal of a surveillance system is to collect information in a sensing environment and notify unexpected behavior. Information provided by single sensor and surveillance technology may not be sufficient to understand the whole context of the monitored environment. On the other hand, by combining information coming from different sources, the overall performance of a surveillance system can be improved. In this paper, we present the Smart Building Suite, in which independent and different technologies are developed in order to realize a multimodal surveillance system.
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Amato, G.; Barsocchi, P.; Falchi, F.; Ferro, E.; Gennaro, C.; Leone, G.R.; Moroni, D.; Salvetti, O.; Vairo, C. Towards Multimodal Surveillance for Smart Building Security. Proceedings 2018, 2, 95.
Amato G, Barsocchi P, Falchi F, Ferro E, Gennaro C, Leone GR, Moroni D, Salvetti O, Vairo C. Towards Multimodal Surveillance for Smart Building Security. Proceedings. 2018; 2(2):95.Chicago/Turabian Style
Amato, Giuseppe; Barsocchi, Paolo; Falchi, Fabrizio; Ferro, Erina; Gennaro, Claudio; Leone, Giuseppe R.; Moroni, Davide; Salvetti, Ovidio; Vairo, Claudio. 2018. "Towards Multimodal Surveillance for Smart Building Security." Proceedings 2, no. 2: 95.
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