This paper presents DOHMO, an embedded computer vision system where multiple sensors, including intelligent cameras, are connected to actuators that regulate illumination and doors. The system aims at assisting elderly and impaired people in co-housing scenarios, in accordance with privacy design principles. The paper provides details of two core elements of the system: The first one is the BOX-IO controller, a fully scalable and customizable hardware and software IoT ecosystem that can collect, control, and monitor data, operational flows and business scenarios, whether indoor or outdoor. The second one is the embedded 3DEverywhere intelligent camera, a device composed of an embedded system that receives input data provided by a 3D/2D camera, analyzes it, and returns the metadata of this analysis. We illustrate how they can be connected and how simple decision mechanisms can be implemented in such a framework. In particular, illumination can be triggered on and off by the detected presence of people, overcoming the limitations of typical sensors, while doors can be opened or closed based on person trajectories in an intelligent manner. To substantiate the proposed system, numerous experiments are performed in a lab and a co-housina scenario.

DOHMO: Embedded Computer Vision in Co-Housing Scenarios

Skenderi, Geri
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Bozzini, Alessia;Capogrosso, Luigi;Agrillo, Enrico Carlo;Perbellini, Giovanni;Fummi, Franco;Cristani, Marco
2021

Abstract

This paper presents DOHMO, an embedded computer vision system where multiple sensors, including intelligent cameras, are connected to actuators that regulate illumination and doors. The system aims at assisting elderly and impaired people in co-housing scenarios, in accordance with privacy design principles. The paper provides details of two core elements of the system: The first one is the BOX-IO controller, a fully scalable and customizable hardware and software IoT ecosystem that can collect, control, and monitor data, operational flows and business scenarios, whether indoor or outdoor. The second one is the embedded 3DEverywhere intelligent camera, a device composed of an embedded system that receives input data provided by a 3D/2D camera, analyzes it, and returns the metadata of this analysis. We illustrate how they can be connected and how simple decision mechanisms can be implemented in such a framework. In particular, illumination can be triggered on and off by the detected presence of people, overcoming the limitations of typical sensors, while doors can be opened or closed based on person trajectories in an intelligent manner. To substantiate the proposed system, numerous experiments are performed in a lab and a co-housina scenario.
978-1-6654-1825-6
embedded AI
vision
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