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  • Advantages Of Wireless Surveillance Camera In The Home And Business
    Nowadays wireless video surveillance camera is in huge demand. People prefer wireless camera because of its best picture quality, inexpensive and easy installation. With its smart RF technology, the wireless camera will adjust the intensity of camera lens giving more clarity to the picture

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  • Distributed embedded smart cameras for surveillance applications
    The “From Analog to Digital Smart Cameras” sidebar provides a discussion of the evolution of smart camera surveillance systems.2 To meet the requirements of an innovative traffic-sur- veillance system—that is, the ability to autonomously monitor the traffic along a highway …
  • Wireless Smart Camera Networks for the Surveillance of Public Spaces
    Table 1 is our taxonomy of current wireless smart camera surveillance systems.
  • A prototype node for wireless vision sensor network applications development
    Therefore, the smart camera surveys its visual field and analyzes the events that take place under its sight.
  • A Database of LLNL Sensor Technologies
    • The Smart Camera surveillance system was funded by DOE and developed for high-level weapons security applications within the National Laboratory complex.
  • Advanced Concepts for Intelligent Vision Systems
    Chang, C., Aghajan, H.: A LQR spatiotemporal fusion technique for face profile collection in smart camera surveillance .
  • Imaging :: NASA Tech Briefs
    NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California DARPA’s Mind’s Eye Program aims to develop a smart camera surveillance system that can autonomously monitor a scene and report back human-readable text descriptions of activities that occur in the video.
  • Imaging :: NASA Tech Briefs
    NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California DARPA’s Mind’s Eye Program aims to develop a smart camera surveillance system that can autonomously monitor a scene and report back human-readable text descriptions of activities that occur in the video.
  • Imaging :: NASA Tech Briefs
    NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California DARPA’s Mind’s Eye Program aims to develop a smart camera surveillance system that can autonomously monitor a scene and report back human-readable text descriptions of activities that occur in the video.
  • Imaging :: NASA Tech Briefs
    NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California DARPA’s Mind’s Eye Program aims to develop a smart camera surveillance system that can autonomously monitor a scene and report back human-readable text descriptions of activities that occur in the video.
  • Imaging :: NASA Tech Briefs
    NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California DARPA’s Mind’s Eye Program aims to develop a smart camera surveillance system that can autonomously monitor a scene and report back human-readable text descriptions of activities that occur in the video.
  • Imaging :: NASA Tech Briefs
    NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California DARPA’s Mind’s Eye Program aims to develop a smart camera surveillance system that can autonomously monitor a scene and report back human-readable text descriptions of activities that occur in the video.
  • Imaging :: NASA Tech Briefs
    NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California DARPA’s Mind’s Eye Program aims to develop a smart camera surveillance system that can autonomously monitor a scene and report back human-readable text descriptions of activities that occur in the video.
  • Imaging :: NASA Tech Briefs
    NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California DARPA’s Mind’s Eye Program aims to develop a smart camera surveillance system that can autonomously monitor a scene and report back human-readable text descriptions of activities that occur in the video.
  • Imaging :: NASA Tech Briefs
    NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California DARPA’s Mind’s Eye Program aims to develop a smart camera surveillance system that can autonomously monitor a scene and report back human-readable text descriptions of activities that occur in the video.