The University of Auckland

Project #16: Vehicle tracking using Multiple Cameras

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Description:

Image processing algorithms can be used to detect illegal parking or traffic rules violations (such as high speed). For example, license plate can be used to identify vehicles which have violated the parking time limits or parked in unauthorized areas.
The aim of this research is to investigate HW/SW co-design of image processing algorithms using a single or multiple cameras for real-time identification of vehicles for illegal or unauthorized activities.

Outcome:

The outcome of this projects are:
(a) Investigating the computational complexity of some object detection algorithms for vehicle detection using single or multiple cameras.
(b) Design and implementation of proper image processing algorithms (as software, or hardware, or a combination of that as HW/SW co-design depending on the target implementation platform),
(c) Research on using artificial intelligence and machine learning to improve the accuracy of the employed algorithms considering the performance, cost and accuracy levels. (This is an optional extra task to be done depending amount the available time).

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