Presentation on theme: "VIDEOSORVEGLIANZA Profili sociologici, criminologici, culturali e giuridici nell’ottica smart city Milano 24 Maggio, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore."— Presentation transcript:
1 VIDEOSORVEGLIANZAProfili sociologici, criminologici, culturali e giuridici nell’ottica smart city Milano 24 Maggio, Università Cattolica del Sacro CuoreVideosorveglianza: la ricerca in Visione Artificiale per il riconoscimento automatico di persone ed eventiProf. Rita Cucchiara, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Direttore del centro Softech ICTRita Cucchiara,Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia,
2 Welcome in Modena -University of Modena and Reggio Emilia The Second Short Spring School in Surveillanceis organized by-University of Modena and Reggio Emilia-Softech-ICT Interdip. Research Center in ICT-Dipartimento di Ingegneria Enzo Ferrari- ImageLabCo-Sponsored by- Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Modena- GIRPR (Italian chapter of IAPR)
3 UNIMORE: Where we are… Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia Emilia Romagna,ItaliaDipartimento di Ingegneria“Enzo Ferrari”ImageLab
4 WHY S5?A research School in (computer vision and pattern recognition for) Video Surveillance. Mainly a school for researchers few hot selected topics Short (but intensive) school in Spring period A Second edition…
5 S4 the 2011 edition Multicamera & applications Tracking Security and ForensicsFace and expressionArchitecture and systemsLarge Crowd
6 Again Surveillance… Why another (short spring) School in surveillance? Surely is an industrial gold filed… is it still an open research problem?
7 The marketThe global Intelligent Video Surveillance (IVS) & Video Analytics (VA) industry revenues*totaled $13.5 billion in 2012,and are estimated to reach $39 billion in 2020.The rapid market growth is driven by the following dynamics:Increased use of video surveillance.Migration from analog to digital cameras and to IP based cameras.Technology maturity. Video analytics algorithms, processors, applications and products underwent a decade of technological evolution to intelligent video processing, based on advancements in image processing, enabling automatic detection of signatures detection and identification.Cost reduction of video analytic systems. Driven by the falling prices of image processing DSPs and communication systems. Cost-performance of new edge-based video analytics DSP technologies (e.g., Intel, Texas Instruments DSPs).From the "Intelligent Video Surveillance, VCA & Video Analytics: Technologies & Global Market – "
8 The marketHuman operators entail high cost & high rate of overlooked events. Real time analysis of video images and recorded footage is a need that can hardly be answered effectively by human operators, and manpower cost. Furthermore, human operators fatigue and boredom cause a high rate of overlooked events. It takes IVS, VCA and VA to process trillions of video surveillance-hours generated annually. By 2011 over 165 million video surveillance cameras installed worldwide captured 1.4 trillion video-hours. the investing growth of 9-11% year , captured video surveillance will reach approximately 3.3 Trillion video-hours in A hypothetical analysis assuming that 20% of the most critical video stream should have been reviewed by human operators, results in a (hypothetical) need to employ (by 2011) a workforce of over 100 million operators (working 8 hours daily, 300 days a year). Intelligent video surveillance and video analytics with mature technology have attracted a lot of attention. ---the global market* will triple by 2020.
9 THE RESEARCH1998 the first workshop on AVSS (advanced video-based surveillance system) in Genoa 2000 The first IEEE Transaction PAMI Special issue on video surveillance 2003 the first IEEE conference AVSS ….. FIFTTEEN YEARS OF RESEARCH
10 Some statistics“Video Surveillance” : Google scholar items, IEEEXplore 6407 items from IEEEXplore papers with “video surveillance” keyword201020112012surveillance863867768analytics232746
11 statisticsIEEE conference papers with video surveillance and ……
12 statisticsIEEE journal papers with video surveillance and ……
13 surveillance1) A growing interest in PEOPLE surveillance 2) From SECURITY to SOCIAL and WELLBEING 3) A research interest in computer vision AND learning201020112012traffic11710486people838593
14 2000 VideO Surveillance Research Acquisition Detection Tracking Single camera Multiple camerasVideO SurveillanceDetectionMoving object detectionSingle object/people Multiple targets, cluttered, occluded..TrackingLinear predictionGenerative modelsStocastic prediction2000ResearchUnderstandingPurposive
15 PEOPLE Surveillance in the new decade AcquisitionPEOPLE Surveillance in the new decadeDetection&TrackingSPATIO-TEMPORALREASONINGLearning&InferringBIG DATAANALYSIS2010ResearchSearching&RecognizingHUMANFEEDBACK
16 People Analysis IS PERVASIVE From SecuritySurveillance: Real time detection, Border, Zone control, Activity monitoring, Traffic, urban control…Safety: traffic-automotive control; crowd monitoring, home, working area controlForensics: Video Mining, Identity assessment, Likelihood ratio supportTo MultimediaVideo analysis, broadcasting analysis, Digital Library annotation, Sport action recognition, Human Interaction, GamingTo (Social) WellbeingRetail analysis, Comfort in architecture Design, Building Automation, Healthcare, Entertainment, Graphics..
17 People ANALYSISMany applications.. Same problem: detect people, their identity and behavior
18 People surveillance: what at IMAGELAB Detection &Tracking People (and crowd) Detection and Tracking With multisensory data Learning& inferring People Identification and (Ri-)Identification Search & Recognition People Search by similarityVisual LearningA-priori Models
19 Surveillance at S5The topics:Ci penso io quando avro’ gli abstract
20 SURVEILLANCE aT S5 The lecturers: Arnold Smeulders CWI Amsterdam, the Netherlands Bernhard Rinner Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, AustriaFrancois Bremond INRIA, France Greg Mori Simon Fraser University, Canada
21 SURVEILLANCE aT S5 The lecturers: Horst Bischof Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision, Inffeldgasse Graz, Austria Larry Davis Institute for Advanced Computer Studies, Univ. of Maryland, USA Shmuel Peleg The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
23 THANKS.. http://imagelab.ing.unimo.it Prof. Rita Cucchiara Dipartimento di Ingegneria Enzo FerrariRes. Center SOFTECH-ICTUniversità degli Studi di Modena e Reggio EmiliaImagelabAndrea Prati [IUAV-Venezia]Costantino GranaRoberto VezzaniSimone CalderaraGiovanni Gualdi , Paolo Piccinini, Daniele Borghesani, Adnan Rashid, Paolo SantinelliDavide Baltieri , Dalia Coppi, Michele Fornaciari ,Marco ManfrediVISION-E srlRudy Melli, Giuliano Pistoni, Emanuele Perini