IJRE – Volume 2 Issue 4 Paper 2


Author’s Name : Varatharaj M | Suresh Babu V | Dilip Kumar K

Volume 02 Issue 04  Year 2015  ISSN No:  2349-252X  Page no: 5-9


Abstract – All objects (like human, saplings, animals etc.) detection and tracking is one of the important research fields that have gained a lot of attention in the last few years. Although person detection and counting systems are commercially available today, there is a need for further research to address the challenges of real world scenarios. There is lot of surveillance cameras installed around us but there are no means to monitor all of them continuously. It is necessary to develop a computer vision based technologies that automatically process those images in order to detect problematic situations or unusual behavior. Automated video surveillance system addresses real-time observation of people within a busy environment leading to the description of their actions and interactions. It requires detection and tracking of people to ensure security, safety and site management. Object detection is one of the fundamental steps in automated video surveillance. Object detection from the video sequence is mainly performed by background subtraction technique. It is widely used approach for detecting moving objects from static cameras. As the name suggests, background subtraction is the process of separating out the foreground objects from the background in a sequence of video frames. The main aim of the surveillance system here is, to detect and track an object in motion by using single camera. Camera is fixed at the required place background subtraction algorithm is used for segmenting moving object in video. If human entity is detected the tracking lines are formed around human and the object is tracked. The system when realizes the human entry, it is processed in a second and the alert is produced for the security purpose. The main aim is to develop a real-time security system.

Keywords –Video surveillance system; Moving object detection; Tracking, Background subtraction; Producing alarm