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Finding a Needle in a Haystack – The Video Surveillance Application

Talk, was published by Rani Pinchuk at 2011-01-24

We present and demonstrate how in a direct and natural way one can identify and access just those video clips which document the event that is of interest.

In facilities, such as train stations, airports or large buildings, many security cameras are deployed, all generate vast amounts of video data. Obtaining just those video clips which show a particular event from its start to end can take hours or days of laboriously playing and watching video from each camera. We present and demonstrate how in a direct and natural way one can identify and access just those video clips which document the event that is of interest.

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Rani Pinchuk

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Rani is involved in LINDO, DIADEM, ULISSE, TopiEngi, and SATOPI.

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