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Monitoring the movement of pedestrians using low-cost infrared detectors: initial findings.

Conference Proceeding
Kerridge, J., Armitage, A., Binnie, D., Lei, L., & Sumpter, N. (2003)
Monitoring the movement of pedestrians using low-cost infrared detectors: initial findings
Monitoring the movement of pedestrians in everyday environments is difficult, especially if accurate data are required. Typically, data pertaining to the origins and destinati...

Infrared sensing using pyroelectric polymers.

Conference Proceeding
Armitage, A., Benjamin, K., Setiadi, D., Weller, H., & Binnie, D. (1996)
Infrared sensing using pyroelectric polymers. In A. T. Augousti, & N. M. White (Eds.), Sensors & their Applications VIII, 297-302
This paper describes a programme of work intended to develop inexpensive infrared imagers. The technology is based on the pyroelectric effect in the polymer PVDF, and a copoly...

An embedded real-time pedestrian detection system using an infrared camera.

Conference Proceeding
Walczyk, R., Armitage, A., & Binnie, D. (2010)
An embedded real-time pedestrian detection system using an infrared camera. In IET Irish Signals and Systems Conference (ISSC 2009)https://doi.org/10.1049/cp.2009.1716
An FPGA-based implementation of a pedestrian detection system using thermal infrared imaging is presented. The main feature of the processing platform is its ability to detec...

A comparison of video and infrared based tracking of pedestrian movements.

Conference Proceeding
Kerridge, J., Kukla, R., Willis, A., Armitage, A., Binnie, D., & Lei, L. (2005)
A comparison of video and infrared based tracking of pedestrian movements. In S. P. Hoogendoom, S. Luding, P. H. L. Bovy, M. Schreckenberg, & D. E. Wolf (Eds.), Traffic and granular flow 03, 383-392. https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-28091-X_37
We provide a comparison of the relative merits of video and infrared based methods for collecting pedestrian movements from the real world and also from experimental environme...

Tracking pedestrians using visible and infrared systems

Conference Proceeding
Armitage, A., Binnie, D., Chamberlain, T., Nilsson, M., & Rutter, M. (2005)
Tracking pedestrians using visible and infrared systems. In Universities Transport Study Group conference, 1-9
In this paper, we will describe a number of research projects at Napier University on pedestrian tracking. This work started with systems based on ordinary cameras working at ...

Comparative study on connected component labeling algorithms for embedded video processing systems.

Conference Proceeding
Walczyk, R., Armitage, A., & Binnie, D. (2010)
Comparative study on connected component labeling algorithms for embedded video processing systems. In H. Deligiannidis (Ed.), Proceedings of the IPCV'10
The objective of this paper is to carry out a detailed analysis of the most popular connected components labeling (CCL) algorithms for binary images. This study investigates t...

Measuring pedestrian trajectories with low cost infrared detectors: Preliminary results.

Conference Proceeding
Armitage, A., Binnie, D., Kerridge, J. & Lei, L. (2002)
Measuring pedestrian trajectories with low cost infrared detectors: Preliminary results. In Galea, E. R. (Ed.). Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics: 2nd International Conference held at the Old Naval College, University of Greenwich, London, 20-22 August 2003, 101-110. ISBN 9781904521082
The accurate measurement of pedestrian trajectories has been difficult to achieve in environments other than carefully controlled laboratories. Traditional techniques include ...

Working towards identifiable feature extraction from a pedestrian’s gait.

Conference Proceeding
Chamberlain, T., Armitage, A., Rutter, M. & Binnie, D. (2005)
Working towards identifiable feature extraction from a pedestrian’s gait. In 37th UTSG conference
This paper describes our work measuring the movement of pedestrians. We describe our data collection system, processing techniques and introduce our data analysis software sy...

Pedestrian sensing with feature extraction.

Conference Proceeding
Chamberlain, T., Armitage, A., Rutter, M. & Binnie, D. (2006)
Pedestrian sensing with feature extraction. In ITS World Congress, 1-11
Automated pedestrian sensing and tracking is receiving increasing attention from researchers in a number of areas. Applications are common in security, in urban planning, and ...

A minimal jerk prosthesis control system.

Conference Proceeding
Hill, S. S., Binnie, D. & Gow, D. J. (2005)
A minimal jerk prosthesis control system. In Proceedings of the MEC’05 conference, UNB; 2005ISBN 1-55131-100-3