The role of geographical context in mobile surveillance systems

Adam Flizikowski, Anna Stachowicz, Witold Hołubowicz, Grzegorz Taberski

Abstract


The role of geographical context and its machine readable representation in mobile surveillance systems has been presented in the paper. It has been shown how the appropriate semantic description of a surrounding geographical context can improve the configuration and operation of a mobile video surveillance system.

Keywords


GIS; context; ontology; semantics; surveillance systems; situational awareness

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21936/si2014_v35.n2.670