MOVING OBJECT DETECTION FROM VIDEO CAPTURED BY MOVING SURVEILLANCE CAMERA

Authors

  • Tran Binh Minh Military Information Technology Institute, Military Academy of Science and Technology

Keywords:

Moving object detection; Moving camera; Object tracking; Panoramic image; Image difference.

Abstract

This paper presents an effective method for the detection of multiple moving objects from a video sequence captured by a moving surveillance camera. Moving object detection from a moving camera is difficult since camera motion and object motion are mixed. In the proposed method, we created a panoramic picture from a moving camera. After that, with each frame captured from this camera, we used the template matching method to found its place in the panoramic picture. Finally, using the image differencing method, we found out moving objects. Experimental results have shown that the proposed method had good performance with more than 80% of true detection rate on average.

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Published

2021-02-25

How to Cite

[1]
M. Tran Binh, “MOVING OBJECT DETECTION FROM VIDEO CAPTURED BY MOVING SURVEILLANCE CAMERA”, JMST, no. 71, pp. 139-145, Feb. 2021.

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