28 Мар. 2015 г.|
Камера уличного видеонаблюдения широкоспекторная
In Cardiff, computer science and violence experts are teaming up with technology specialists from Airbus Group to develop a system that will spot trouble brewing and guide police to it before anyone gets hurt.
York, UK-based Antony Savvas has been a technology journalist for well over 20 years and has expertise in all major areas of enterprise and consumer IT. Airbus is developing the technological infrastructure, whilst the Welsh Government is providing funding. The Home Office estimates that an average violence incident costs more than £33,000 in NHS and criminal justice costs, lost working hours and the impact on victims. Lloyd said: "As a research student, I was involved in developing software that assisted CCTV observers with the identification of violence by modelling scene dynamics.
The project has grown out of original research work carried out by Kaelon Lloyd, a PhD student at the university’s school of computer science and informatics. The project is a partnership between Cardiff University, Airbus Group (formerly EADS) and the Welsh Government. The study will develop imaging technology that will automatically alert CCTV operators when fights are detected on city centre cameras.