We demonstrate the use of an active hyperspectral sensor for detection and recognition of persons in snowy foliage. The sensor employs a tunable broadband supercontinuum light source for remote spectrum measurement. An algorithm based on support vector machines is used in real-time to classify the object, from which the supercontinuum laser pulse scattered. We present results for person detection during simulated illegal border cross activities in snowy terrain.
|Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering
|Infrared Technology and Applications XLVIII 2022
|6/06/22 → 12/06/22
- border control