Deep learning-based strategies for the detection and tracking of drones using several cameras is a paper by Eren Unlu, Emmanuel Zenou, Nicolas Rivere, and Paul-Edouard Dupouy)
In the domain of drone detection, computer vision has emerged as a robust solution compared to alternatives like RADAR, acoustics, and RF signal analysis. Among computer vision-based methods, deep learning algorithms have gained popularity due to their effectiveness. This paper introduces an autonomous system for drone detection and tracking, utilizing a static wide-angle camera along with a lower-angle camera mounted on a rotating turret.
Publication Date: 2019
Deep learning-based strategies for the detection and tracking of drones using several cameras contains the following major sections:
- Drone detection and tracking
- Main architecture of the system
- Detection on multiple overlaid images with a single architecture
- Experimental results
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Post Image- Fig. 5 – Proposed montaged multiple image detection. The frame coming from the zoomed camera is rescaled and overlaid on the main image plane. The position of this overlay is determined according to presence of tracks. We try to enforce to overlay the new image, as far as possible from existing tracks, in order to allow the system to continue tracking. (Image Credit: Deep learning-based strategies for the
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