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7 May 2019 Shutterless far-infrared thermal camera for improving human identification robustness
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The advantages of using far-infrared technology in guiding systems, warning systems or surveillance systems have been demonstrated in defense applications through a large span of imaging functions such as detection, target recognition and positive identification in complex environments. Used as a complementary tool in a set of camera sensing technologies, the far-Infrared thermal camera provides the key sense to improve system performance and increase human classification robustness. This enhanced capability relies on the detection of the unique thermal signature of a pedestrian in any weather and light conditions, day or night, without being glared by the sun or any light source. Implementing vision system based on shutterless far-infrared solution into an autonomous detection system can reduce the rate of false positive detection. Being an imaging technology, far-infrared camera using ULIS technology can be easily integrated into standard platform while minimizing computation resources required by detection algorithms thanks to the thermal signature detection.
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E. Bercier, B. Louvat, O. Harant, E. Balit, J. Bouvattier, and L. Nacsa "Shutterless far-infrared thermal camera for improving human identification robustness", Proc. SPIE 11002, Infrared Technology and Applications XLV, 110021J (7 May 2019); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2520363
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