LETSCROWD organized its final workshop with the support of the ERTZAINTZA (Basque police) in Erandio, Bilbao, Spain (October 19, 2019). Pictures and info are available in this article.
Crowd counting and density estimation – Human Centred Computer Vision Tool (HCV) – LETSCROWD Tool Videos #7
The “Crowd counting and density estimation” is useful for real-time estimation of crowd size and detection of related anomalous behaviours, e.g.: overcrowding with respect to an user-defined threshold, sudden increase or decrease of crowd size.
The “Attribute-based people search” allows to search in several recorded videos for individuals who match an attribute profile of clothing appearance (e.g., colours), gender, carried items.
SINNOVA is the most important Sardinian exhibition dedicated to innovation, organized every year in Cagliari (Italy). More than 150 exhibitors, among innovative ICT companies, universities, investors, present their products and the results of their research activities.
We are pleased to inform you that LETSCROWD will host a workshop with the support of the ERTZAINTZA (Basque police) where the final results of the project will be presented.
The “appearance-based person re-identification” allows to search for an individual of interest in several recorded videos, based on clothing appearance, using an image as a query.
Carlo Dambra (ZenaByte) presented the LETSCROWD Dynamic Risk Assessment (DRA) Methodology at CRITIS 2019 through a related scientific article. Paper and details available in this article.
The CMPT is a collection of advanced crowd simulations that allow enforcement agencies to analyse crowd behavior at mass gatherings for planning, training or operational uses.
LETSCROWD results at 14th Meeting of the Community of Users on Secure, Safe, Resilient Societies, Brussels
September 18, 2019. The LETSCROWD coordinator (ETRA) was invited to present the projects results participating in the panel on Protection of Public Spaces at the 14th CoU Meeting.
The tool performs hundreds of simulations for the same scenario to capture all potential outcomes. The outputs are the total evacuation times, the evacuation times per exit and the exit use.