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Title: Video-based Real-time Intrusion Detection System using Deep-Learning for Smart City Applications
Authors: Nayak, Rashmiranjan
Behera, Mohini Mohan
Pati, Umesh Chandra
Das, Santos Kumar
Keywords: Deep learning
Intrusion detection system
Transfer learning
Smart city
SORT algorithm
YOLO algorithm
Issue Date: Dec-2019
Publisher: IEEE
Citation: IEEE International Conference on Advanced Networks and Telecommunications Systems (IEEE ANTS), Goa, India, 16-19 December 2019
Abstract: There is a huge demand of video surveillance based intelligent security systems which can automatically detect the unauthorized entry or mal-intentional intrusion to the unattended sensitive areas and notify to the concerned authorities in real-time. A novel video-based Intrusion Detection System (IDS) using deep learning is proposed. Here, You Only Look Once (YOLO) algorithm is used for object detection and intrusion is decided using our proposed algorithm based on the shifted center of mass of the detected object. Further, Simple Online and Real-time Tracking (SORT) algorithm is used for the tracking of the intruder in real-time. The developed system is also implemented and tested for live video stream using NVIDIA Jetson TX2 development platform with an accuracy of 97% and average fps of 30. Here, the proposed IDS is a generic one where the user can select the region of interest (the area to be intrusion free) of any size and shape from the reference (starting) frame and potential intruders such as a person, vehicle, etc. from the list of trained object classes. Hence, it can have a wide range of smart city applications such as person intrusion free zone, no vehicle entry zone, no parking zone, smart home security, etc.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2080/3455
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