Robotic Vision for Hospital Inspection

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Observation system is implementing an automatic visual for observation that has recently got a considerable interest to researchers. Nowadays, technology has reached a stage where mounting video camera is cheap and friendly-user tools causing a widespread usage of cameras in public or private areas. Finding available human resources to sit and watch the imagery is too expensive for most organizations to afford the cost of human operators. Moreover, observation process by operators is error prone due to fatigue, negligence and lack of ubiquitous surveillance. Therefore, it is important to develop an accurate and efficient automatic video analysis system for monitoring patient activity that will create good opportunities by saving the cost of human resource employment because vision system can perform observation process for 24 hours per day. The system will allow us to detect unusual events in the scene and warrant the attention of whomever in charge to take preventive actions. The purpose of visual observation is not to replace human eyes with camera, but to accomplish the entire observation task as automatic as possible

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Dashnor Hoxha, Francisco E. Rivera and Ian McAndrew

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716-720

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S. H. Jamaludin et al., "Robotic Vision for Hospital Inspection", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 1016, pp. 716-720, 2014

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August 2014

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