Intelligence Video Surveillance Using Deep Learning

Volume: 10 | Issue: 01 | Year 2024 | Subscription
International Journal of Software Computing and Testing
Received Date: 03/31/2024
Acceptance Date: 04/19/2024
Published On: 2024-05-29
First Page: 9
Last Page: 20

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By: Ankush Balaram Pawar, Gayatri Shitole, Sonali Naik, Rohan Patil, and Yash Thakur

Abstract

Intelligent video surveillance powered by deep learning represents a transformative paradigm in security and surveillance. This new approach uses the power of complex neural networks to revolutionize the analysis and management of video data. Through the seamless incorporation of deep learning technologies like convolutional neural networks (CNN) and recurrent neural networks (RNN) into observation systems, automated identification, tracking, and classification of objects can be accomplished, alleviating storage constraints on the inspection notebook. Technology is good at detecting anomalies, identifying unusual behavior or events, and even identifying people based on facial recognition. The result is a good method for security because it can alert authorities or security personnel to threats or crimes. Additionally, optimization provides rich data-driven insights that aid decision-making beyond security, such as improving customer sales or improving business processes. Currently, big data holds much of its importance and place in business and science. Video analysis is important for smoothing large data files. The main purpose of this article is to provide a brief overview of technology analysis activities. Our main goal is to use deep learning techniques to recognize regular activities in large groups of people, participants, and all kinds of needs. This video analysis can help us ensure security. Security, theft detection, brute force detection, etc. It can mean many things like. Human activity research is simply the process of investigating unusual (unusual) human activities. To do this, we must convert the video into frames; Making these frames helps us identify people and their activities. The system comprises two modules: one for product search and another for operation search. The object detection module detects whether an object is present or not. Once an object is detected, the next module checks if the activity is unexpected.
Keywords: Intelligent video surveillance, deep learning, convolutional neural networks (CNN), recurrent neural networks (RNN), automatic identification, tracking, classification of objects, anomalies detection, video analysis, regular activities recognition, theft detection

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How to cite this article: Ankush Balaram Pawar, Gayatri Shitole, Sonali Naik, Rohan Patil, and Yash Thakur, Intelligence Video Surveillance Using Deep Learning. International Journal of Software Computing and Testing. 2024; 10(01): 9-20p.

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