Intelligent traffic monitoring and surveillance with multiple cameras

  title={Intelligent traffic monitoring and surveillance with multiple cameras},
  author={Alexandra Koutsia and Theodoros Semertzidis and Kosmas Dimitropoulos and Nikolaos Grammalidis and Kyriakos Georgouleas},
  journal={2008 International Workshop on Content-Based Multimedia Indexing},
The paper presents a real-time vision system for automatic traffic monitoring based on a network of autonomous tracking units that capture and process images from one or more pre-calibrated cameras. The system, which has been developed within the framework of TRAVIS (TRAffic VISual monitoring) project, is flexible, scalable and can be useable for a broad field of applications, including traffic monitoring of tunnels at highways and aircraft parking areas at airports. Different image processing… CONTINUE READING
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