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23 September 2009 Data fusion concept in multispectral system for perimeter protection of stationary and moving objects
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The paper presents the concept of multispectral protection system for perimeter protection for stationary and moving objects. The system consists of active ground radar, thermal and visible cameras. The radar allows the system to locate potential intruders and to control an observation area for system cameras. The multisensor construction of the system ensures significant improvement of detection probability of intruder and reduction of false alarms. A final decision from system is worked out using image data. The method of data fusion used in the system has been presented. The system is working under control of FLIR Nexus system. The Nexus offers complete technology and components to create network-based, high-end integrated systems for security and surveillance applications. Based on unique "plug and play" architecture, system provides unmatched flexibility and simplistic integration of sensors and devices in TCP/IP networks. Using a graphical user interface it is possible to control sensors and monitor streaming video and other data over the network, visualize the results of data fusion process and obtain detailed information about detected intruders over a digital map. System provides high-level applications and operator workload reduction with features such as sensor to sensor cueing from detection devices, automatic e-mail notification and alarm triggering.
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Wieslaw Ciurapiński, Rafal Dulski, Mariusz Kastek, Mieczyslaw Szustakowski, Grzegorz Bieszczad, Marek Życzkowski, Piotr Trzaskawka, and Marek Piszczek "Data fusion concept in multispectral system for perimeter protection of stationary and moving objects", Proc. SPIE 7481, Electro-Optical and Infrared Systems: Technology and Applications VI, 748111 (23 September 2009);

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