Next-generation Neurobiologically inspired Autonomous Visual Surveillance Systems

  • Yang, Erfu (Principal Investigator)
  • Hussain, Amir (Co-investigator)
  • Wang, Jun (Principal Investigator)

Project: Projects from Previous Employment

Description

This joint project brings together the required critical mass and complementary expertise of Chinese and Scottish researchers and seeks to develop, primarly through exchange of research staff and networking activities, the next generation of neurobiologically inspired autonomous visual surveillance systems. Autonomous vehicle systems (AVS) have the ability to perform dangerous, repetitive and automated tasks in remote or hazardous environments. The potential for AVS to accomplish challenging surveillance tasks in many important applications such as security and environment monitoring etc. is starting to draw together interdisciplinary researchers from several fields, including, control systems, image processing, machine vision, robotics and computer science.

Funded by The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) and The National Natural Science Foundation of China (NNSCF), £ 24,000

Notes

Funded by The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) and The National Natural Science Foundation of China (NNSCF), £ 24,000
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/05/1230/06/15