From Visual Surveillance to Internet of Things: Technology and Applications is an invaluable resource for students, academicians and researchers to explore the utilization of Internet of Things with visual surveillance and its underlying technologies in different application areas. Using a series of present and future applications – business insights, indoor-outdoor securities, smart grids, human detection and tracking, intelligent traffic monitoring, e-health department and many more – this book will support readers to obtain a deeper knowledge in implementing IoT with visual surveillance.
The book offers comprehensive coverage of the most essential topics, including:
- The rise of machines and communications to IoT (3G, 5G)
- Tools and technologies of IoT with visual surveillance
- IoT with visual surveillance for real-time applications
- IoT architectures
- Challenging issues and novel solutions for realistic applications
- Mining and tracking of motion-based object data
- Image processing and analysis into the unified framework to understand both IOT and computer vision applications
This book will be an ideal resource for IT professionals, researchers, under- or post-graduate students, practitioners, and technology developers who are interested in gaining a deeper knowledge in implementing IoT with visual surveillance, critical applications domains, technologies, and solutions to handle relevant challenges.
Dr. Lavanya Sharma is an Assistant Professor in the Amity Institute of Information Technology at Amity University UP, Noida, India. She is a recipient of several prestigious awards during her academic career. She is an active nationally-recognized researcher who has published numerous papers in her field. She has contributed as an Organizing Committee member and session chair at Springer and IEEE conferences.
Prof. Pradeep K. Garg worked as a Vice Chancellor, Uttarakhand Technical University, Dehradun. Presently he is working in the department of Civil Engineering, IIT Roorkee as a professor. Prof. Garg has published more than 300 technical papers in national and international conferences and journals. He has completed 26 research projects funded by various government agencies, guided 27 PhD candidates, and provided technical services to 84 consultancy projects on various aspects of Civil Engineering.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Introduction to Visual Surveillance and Internet of Things
Chapter 1: Introduction: From Visual Surveillance to Internet of Things
Chapter 2: A Novel IoT Access Architecture Energy Efficient Solar Battery Charging System For Mobile Phones
Aamna Shahab, Neetu Mittal
Chapter 3: IoT system and its applications
Pradeep K Garg, Lavanya Sharma
Part 2 Tools and Technologies of IoT with Visual Surveillance
Chapter 4: Visual Surveillance of Human Activities: Background Subtraction Challenges and Method Thierry Bouwmans, García- García
Chapter 5: Visual Surveillance of Natural Environments: Background Subtraction Challenges and Methods
Thierry Bouwmans, García- García
Chapter 6: IOT and Remote Sensing
Pradeep K Garg
Chapter 7: IOT and Cloud Computing
Umang Kant, Mayank Singh, Viranjay M. Srivastava,
Chapter 8: IOT and Artificial Intelligence
Umang Kant, Mayank Singh, S.K. Mishra, Viranjay M. Srivastava,
Part 3 IoT with Visual Surveillance for Real-time Applications
Chapter 9: IOT based Speed and Direction Control of Four Quadrant DC Motor
Bhupesh Kumar Singh, Vijay Kumar Tayal
Chapter 10: Design of Arduino based Smart Digital LPG Detector and Level Indicator using IoT Technology
S. Ranjan, Vijay Kumar Tayal Saket Kumar
Chapter 11: Ubiquitous Computing: A New Era of Computing
Shailaja Gupta, Riya Sapra, Sugandhi
Chapter 12: Detection of Moving Human in Vision based Smart Surveillance under Cluttered Background: An Application for IoT
Dileep Kumar Yadav
Chapter 13: Hadoop Framework: Big Data Management Platform for Internet of Things
Pallavi Bhimte, Pallavi Goel, Dileep Kumar Yadav, Dharmendra Kumar
Part 4 Challenging Issues
Chapter 14: Histogram based Adaptive Learning Rate for Moving Person Detection in Video Surveillance
Lavanya Sharma, Pradeep K Garg
Chapter 15: Smart E-healthcare with Internet of Things: Current Trends Challenges, Solutions and Technologies
Lavanya Sharma, Pradeep K Garg Sunil Kumar Khatri
Chapter 16: A foresight on e-healthcare Trailblazers
Lavanya Sharma, Pradeep K Garg, Naman Kumar Agrawal, Himanshu Kumar
Chapter 17: Future of Internet of Things
Pradeep K Garg, Lavanya Sharma
Dr. Lavanya Sharma received her M.Tech (Computer Science and Engineering) in 2013 from Manav Rachna College of Engineering, affiliated with Maharshi Dayanand University, Haryana, India.
She received her Ph.D. from Uttarakhand Technical University, India, as a full-time Ph.D. scholar in the field of digital image processing and computer vision in April 2018, and also received a TEQIP scholarship for the same. Her research work is on motion-based object detection using background subtraction technique for smart video surveillance. She received several prestigious awards during her academic career.
She has more than 20 research papers to her credit, including Elsevier (SCI Indexed), Inderscience, IGI Global, IEEE Explore, and many more. She has authored a book Object Detection with Background Subtraction.
She contributed as an Organizing Committee member and session chair at Springer’s ICACDS conferences 2016, ICRAMSTEL 2019, and Springer’s ICACDS 2019. She is an editorial member/reviewer of various journals of repute, including Inderscience, IGI Global, and many others. She is an active program committee member of various IEEE and Springer conferences also.
Her primary research interests are digital image processing and computer vision, vehicular ad hoc networks, mobile ad hoc networks, and Internet of Things. Her vision is to promote teaching and research, providing a highly competitive and productive environment in academic and research areas with tremendous growing opportunities for the society and her country.
Professor Pradeep K. Garg worked as a Vice Chancellor, Uttarakhand Technical University, Dehradun (2015–2018). Presently he is working in the Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Roorkee as a professor. He has completed a B.Tech (Civil Engineering) in 1980 and M.Tech (Civil Engineering) in 1982 both
from the University of Roorkee (now IIT Roorkee). He is a recipient of the Gold Medal at IIT Roorkee to stand first during M.Tech program, the Commonwealth Scholarship Award for doing Ph.D. from University of Bristol (UK), and the Commonwealth Fellowship Award to carry out post-doctoral research work at the University of Reading (UK). He joined the Department of Civil Engineering at IIT Roorkee in 1982, and gradually advancing his career, rose to the position of Head of the Department in 2015 at IIT Roorkee.
Professor Garg has published more than 310 technical papers in national and international conferences and journals. He has undertaken 26 research projects and provided technical services to 83 consultancy projects on various aspects of Civil Engineering, generating funds for the Institute. He has authored a textbook on Remote Sensing and another one on Principles and Theory of Geoinformatics, as well as produced two technical films on story mapping. He has developed several new courses and practical exercises in geomatics engineering. Besides supervising a large number of undergraduate projects, he has guided about 70 M.Tech and 26 Ph.D. theses. He is instrumental in prestigious Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD)-funded projects on e-learning, Development of Virtual Labs, Pedagogy, and courses under the National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL). He has served as an expert on various national committees, including Ministry of Environment and Forests, National Board of Accreditation (All India Council of Technical Education), and Project Evaluation Committee, Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi.
Professor Garg has reviewed a large number of papers for national and international journals. Considering the need to train the human resources in the country, he has successfully organized 40 programs in advanced areas of surveying, photogrammetry, remote sensing, geographic information system (GIS), and global positioning system (GPS). He has successfully organized 10 conferences and workshops. He is a life member of 24 professional societies, out of which he is a Fellow member of 8 societies. For academic work, Professor Garg has travelled widely, nationally and internationally.