1 November 1993 Tracking capabilities in computer vision for industrial applications
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Optical Engineering, 32(11), (1993). doi:10.1117/12.148856
Abstract
A tracking system has been developed with a compromise between complexity and cost and efficiency in mind. The tracking system consists of a PC fitted with a specific one-card processor designed in our laboratory that acquires the image and implements the recognition algorithm at video rate. We describe the recognition method, the hardware architecture, and some applications and results. The system can be extended to track targets in 3-D using two cameras and two processors. Finally we describe different applications already tested: A robot servo-positioning system in moving parts operation, a tracking system for vehicles for traffic supervision and control, and a tracking system for people for the study of their behavior.
Josep Amat, Joan Aranda, Alicia Casals, "Tracking capabilities in computer vision for industrial applications," Optical Engineering 32(11), (1 November 1993). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.148856
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Image processing

Detection and tracking algorithms

Optical tracking

Computer vision technology

Machine vision

Control systems

Video

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