21 June 2011 Integrated radar-camera security system: experimental results
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The nature of the recent military conflicts and terrorist attacks along with the necessity to protect bases, convoys and patrols have made a serious impact on the development of more effective security systems. Current widely-used perimeter protection systems with zone sensors will soon be replaced with multi-sensor systems. Multi-sensor systems can utilize day/night cameras, IR uncooled thermal cameras, and millimeter-wave radars which detect radiation reflected from targets. Ranges of detection, recognition and identification for all targets depend on the parameters of the sensors used and of the observed scene itself. In this paper two essential issues connected with multispectral systems are described. We will focus on describing the autonomous method of the system regarding object detection, tracking, identification, localization and alarm notifications. We will also present the possibility of configuring the system as a stationary, mobile or portable device as in our experimental results.
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M. Zyczkowski, N. Palka, T. Trzcinski, R. Dulski, M. Kastek, P. Trzaskawka, "Integrated radar-camera security system: experimental results", Proc. SPIE 8021, Radar Sensor Technology XV, 80211U (21 June 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.883775; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.883775


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