By leveraging Artificial Intelligence, this invention can detect human skeletons in a video and quickly analyse that information for posture and movement. This allows the solution to identify abnormal behaviour and other situations more precisely and effectively. In the context of a long video, this invention can capture the context information and focus on specific portions to detect multiple anomalous scenarios in real-time. This includes scenarios such as abuse, drowning, safety incidents, traffic accidents, fighting and criminal behaviour.
The technology allows kinematic pose estimation without the use of physical markers making it ideal for use cases involving public safety and security. The technology utilizes artificial intelligence for accomplishing this. This contrasts with traditional methods involving a sliding window for object pose and orientation detection or the use of physical markers on the object or person of interest for a skeleton detection.
The technology also offers the option of detecting anomalous behaviour in long surveillance videos. Baseline behaviour, facilitated by the skeleton and pose detection capability, is first established by analysing the whole sequence in the video. In the next pass, this baseline is used to detect anomalous behaviour
The invention can be applied in children's centres, swimming pools, public transport and exhibition centres for public safety and security.
Use of CCTV camera for surveillance and security is on an uptrend as more and more government and commercial establishments adopt their use. The growth, particularly in the APAC region, is attributed to the growing use of AI powered physical systems.
The technology presented here allows AI based posture and pose detection and can be used to develop systems for diverse scenarios. It can be used in swimming pools to immediately alert the lifeguard in the event of someone drowning. It can also be used to provide 24/7 surveillance of schools and homes immediately alerting the supervisor in case of an abnormal situation. For traffic monitoring, the system can also be used to analyse pedestrian posture, movement, speed, and abnormal conditions to improve road safety.
The technology offers multiple unique benefits. Some of these are listed below: