Development of a dynamic intelligent recognition system for a real-time tracking robot

Thair Ali Salih, Mohammed Talal Ghazal, Zaid Ghanim Mohammed

Abstract


Nowadays, the development of computer vision technology help to overcome track and identify humans within a location in the complex environment through mobile robots, which gives the motivation to presents a vision-based approach to a mobile security robot. The proposed system utilizes a wireless camera to detect the objects in the field of robot view. Principle component analysis (PCA) algorithm and filters are used to implement and demonstrate the process of the images. This gives the designed system the ability to recognize objects independently from current light conditions. Frame tracking in the images uses an attention system to get an estimate of the position of a person. This estimate helps the applied camera to identify objects with changing background lighting conditions such as a fire inside a building. By using this estimate, the applied camera could identify objects with changing background lighting conditions such as a fire inside premises. The system has been tested using the MATLAB environment, and the empirical performance explains the efficiency and strongness of the suggested device.


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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijra.v10i3.pp161-169

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