Kodwani , Lucky (2013) Automatic Vehicle Detection, Tracking and Recognition of License Plate in Real Time Videos. MTech thesis.
Automatic video analysis from traffic surveillance cameras is a fast-emerging field based on computer vision techniques. It is a key technology to public safety, intelligent transport system (ITS) and for efficient management of traffic. In recent years, there has been an increased scope for automatic analysis of traffic activity. We define video analytics as computer-vision-based surveillance algorithms and systems to extract contextual information from video. In traffic scenarios several monitoring objectives can be supported by the application of computer vision and pattern recognition techniques, including the detection of traffic violations (e.g., illegal turns and one-way streets) and the identification of road users (e.g., vehicles, motorbikes, and pedestrians). Currently most reliable approach is through the recognition of number plates, i.e., automatic number plate recognition (ANPR), which is also known as automatic license plate recognition (ALPR), or radio frequency transponders. Here full-featured automatic system for vehicle detection, tracking and license plate recognition is presented. This system has many applications in pattern recognition and machine vision and they ranges from complex security systems to common areas and from parking admission to urban traffic control. This system has complex characteristics due to diverse effects as fog, rain, shadows, uneven illumination conditions, occlusion, variable distances, velocity of car, scene's angle in frame, rotation of plate, number of vehicles in the scene and others. The main objective of this work is to show a system that solves the practical problem of car identification for real scenes. All steps of the process, from video acquisition to optical character recognition are considered to achieve an automatic identification of plates.
|traffic surveillance; vehicle detection; background subtraction; license plate segmentation; character recognition;
|Engineering and Technology > Electronics and Communication Engineering > Image Processing
|Engineering and Technology > Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
|29 Oct 2013 11:44
|20 Dec 2013 14:49
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