Automatic Incident Detection Using Image Processing Techniques: A Specific System Used in INVAID

by J. M. Blosseville, Inst Natl de Recherche sur les, Transports et leur Securite (INRETS), Arcueil, France,
V. Motyka, Inst Natl de Recherche sur les, Transports et leur Securite (INRETS), Arcueil, France,
N. Djemame, Inst Natl de Recherche sur les, Transports et leur Securite (INRETS), Arcueil, France,
F. Lenoir, Inst Natl de Recherche sur les, Transports et leur Securite (INRETS), Arcueil, France,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Applications of Advanced Technologies in Transportation Engineering

Abstract: INRETS together with other partners, within the European DRIVE program framework is working on developing a system able to detect incidents on motorway by processing video images (Jref. JM Blosseville, 91). This paper describes the methodology used and the results obtained so far. The part of the prototype which has been tested, aims at detecting incidents associated with stationary vehicles.

Subject Headings: Traffic signals | Traffic accidents | Imaging techniques | Traffic surveys | Signal processing | Stationary processes | Vehicles | Frames

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