Cognitive active vision for human identification

  title={Cognitive active vision for human identification},
  author={Yuzuko Utsumi and Eric Sommerlade and Nicola Bellotto and Ian D. Reid},
  journal={2012 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation},
We describe an integrated, real-time multi-camera surveillance system that is able to find and track individuals, acquire and archive facial image sequences, and perform face recognition. The system is based around an inference engine that can extract high-level information from an observed scene, and generate appropriate commands for a set of pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras. The incorporation of a reliable facial recognition into the high-level feedback is a main novelty of our work, showing how… CONTINUE READING
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