Detection of Audio-based Emergency Situations using Perception Sensor Network
- Detection of Audio-based Emergency Situations using Perception Sensor Network
- 최종석; 윤상석; 뉴옌반쾅
- Sound source localization; sound
classification; Kinect; ambient intelligence
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- URAI (International Conference on Ubiquitous Robots and Ambient Intelligence)
- This paper presents a perception sensor network (PSN) for detect audio-based emergency situations such as human scream. The PSN consists of multiple units, each has a Kinect and a pan-tilt-zoom camera. Audio signals, which are acquired by the Kinect microphone array, are used in sound source classification and sound source localization. In order to work in multi-person scenarios, we propose an audio-visual fusion method to detect a single speaking person among multiple ones. The PSN system was demonstrated in a scenario having four persons, where the system is able to detect and localize the screaming person and send a robot to that location to check his/her condition.
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