Behaviour recognition of ground vehicle using airborne monitoring of unmanned aerial vehicles
journal contributionposted on 14.10.2014 by Hyondong Oh, Seungkeun Kim, Hyo-Sang Shin, Antonios Tsourdos, Barry A. White
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This paper proposes a behaviour recognition methodology for ground vehicles moving within road traffic using unmanned aerial vehicles in order to identify suspicious or abnormal behaviour. With the target information acquired by unmanned aerial vehicles and estimated by filtering techniques, ground vehicle behaviour is first classified into representative driving modes, and then a string pattern matching theory is applied to detect suspicious behaviours in the driving mode history. Furthermore, a fuzzy decision-making process is developed to systematically exploit all available information obtained from a complex environment and confirm the characteristic of behaviour, while considering spatiotemporal environment factors as well as several aspects of behaviours. To verify the feasibility and benefits of the proposed approach, numerical simulations on moving ground vehicles are performed using realistic car trajectory data from an off-the-shelf traffic simulation software.
- Aeronautical, Automotive, Chemical and Materials Engineering
- Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering