Video-surveillance

To ensure the security of people and places, surveillance cameras are deployed everywhere, leading to a strong demand for systems capable of analyzing the generated videos. Our work is geared towards the detection, tracking and recognition of persons and vehicles, and the analysis of scenes in order to detect events or behaviors relevant to surveillance (usual vehicle trajectories, abandoned luggage, etc.). In line with this work, we offer a training course in the area of intelligent video-surveillance to the general public 

Related technology: Tracker of people and vehicles from PTZ cameras.

 

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  • Découvrez le CRIM
    13/02/2020

    Acteur clé en TI au Québec ; un lien entre les mondes universitaire et industriel, qui développe, adapte et rend accessibles les technologies et les connaissances, pour répondre aux besoins des organisations.

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  • Seminar R&D : Automated speech-to-text transcription of Indigenous Languages
    28 February 2020 11:00
    CRIM (405, avenue Ogilvy, bureau 101, Montréal)
    A conference of Gilles Boulianne and Vishwa Gupta, Senior Researchers in Automatic Speech Processing, CRIM.
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Recent Publications

  • Validating BGP Update Using Blockchain-Based Infrastructure

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  • Efficient Inference of Optimal Decision Trees

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