Mutual Calibration of Camera Motes and RFIDs for People Localization and Identification
Abstract: Achieving both localization and identication of people ina wide open area using only cameras can be a challengingtask, which requires cross-cutting requirements : high reso-lution for identication, whereas low resolution for having awide coverage of the localization. Consequently, this paperproposes the joint use of cameras (only devoted to local-ization) and RFID sensors (devoted to identication) withthe nal objective of detecting and localizing intruders. Toground the observations on a common coordinate system,a calibration procedure is dened. This procedure only de-mands a training phase with a single person moving in thescene holding a RFID tag. Although preliminary, the resultsdemonstrate that this calibration is sufficiently accurate tobe applied whenever dierent scenarios, where area of over-lap between the eld of view (FoV) of a camera and theField of sense" (FoS) of a (blind) sensor must be efficientlydetermined.
Citation:Cucchiara, Rita; Fornaciari, Michele; Prati, Andrea; Santinelli, Paolo "Mutual Calibration of Camera Motes and RFIDs for People Localization and Identification" Proceedings of 4th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Distributed Smart Cameras, Atlanta, GA (USA), pp. 1 -8 , 31 August-3 September 2010, 2010 DOI: 10.1145/1865987.1865998
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- DOI: 10.1145/1865987.1865998