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On-site forest fire smoke detection by low-power autonomous vision sensor

Autor Fernández-Berni, J. ; Carmona-Galán, R. ; Carranza-González, L. ; Cano-Rojas, Alberto; Martínez-Carmona, Juan F.; Rodríguez-Vázquez, Ángel ; Morillas, Sergio
Palabras clave Forest fires
Autonomous sensors
Artificial vision
Automatic early detection
Wireless sensor networks
Vision algorithms
Monitoring systems
Fecha de publicación 2010
Citación VI International Conference on Forest Fire Research (2010)
ResumenEarly detection plays a crucial role to prevent forest fires from spreading. Wireless vision sensor networks deployed throughout high-risk areas can perform fine-grained surveillance and thereby very early detection and precise location of forest fires. One of the fundamental requirements that need to be met at the network nodes is reliable low-power on-site image processing. It greatly simplifies the communication infrastructure of the network as only alarm signals instead of complete images are transmitted, anticipating thus a very competitive cost. As a first approximation to fulfill such a requirement, this paper reports the results achieved from field tests carried out in collaboration with the Andalusian Fire-Fighting Service (INFOCA). Two controlled burns of forest debris were realized (www.youtube.com/user/vmoteProject). Smoke was successfully detected on-site by the EyeRISTM v1.2, a general-purpose autonomous vision system, built by AnaFocus Ltd., in which a vision algorithm was programmed. No false alarm was triggered despite the significant motion other than smoke present in the scene. Finally, as a further step, we describe the preliminary laboratory results obtained from a prototype vision chip which implements, at very low energy cost, some image processing primitives oriented to environmental monitoring.
Descripción Trabajo presentado a la VI International Conference on Forest Fire Research celebrada en Coimbra (Portugal) del 15 al 18 de noviembre de 2010.
Versión del editorhttp://www.adai.pt/icffr/2010/
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10261/96012
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