Multiple Views Tracking of Maritime Targets
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This paper explores techniques for multiple views target tracking in a maritime environment using a mobile surveillance platform. We utilise an omnidirectional camera to capture full spherical video and use an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) to estimate the platform?s ego-motion. For each target a part of the omnidirectional video is extracted, forming a corresponding set of virtual cameras. Each target is then tracked using a dynamic template matching method and particle filtering. Its predictions are then used to continuously adjust the orientations of the virtual cameras, keeping a lock on the targets. We demonstrate the performance of the application in several real-world maritime settings.
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