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An FLIR video surveillance system to avoid bridge-ship collision

Liu, J., Wei, H., Huang, X.Y., He, N.S. and Li, K. (2008) An FLIR video surveillance system to avoid bridge-ship collision. In: World Congress on Engineering 2008, London.

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Abstract/Summary

In this paper, a forward-looking infrared (FLIR) video surveillance system is presented for collision avoidance of moving ships to bridge piers. An image pre-processing algorithm is proposed to reduce clutter noises by multi-scale fractal analysis, in which the blanket method is used for fractal feature computation. Then, the moving ship detection algorithm is developed from image differentials of the fractal feature in the region of surveillance between regularly interval frames. Experimental results have shown that the approach is feasible and effective. It has achieved real-time and reliable alert to avoid collisions of moving ships to bridge piers

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences > Department of Computer Science
ID Code:14758
Uncontrolled Keywords:bridge-ship collision avoidance, infrared image, fractal, moving target detection
Publisher:International Association of Engineers

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