Fog computing offers low-latency and real-time big-data processing capabilities closer to the network edge. This particular benefit addresses the main bottleneck in a centralized cloud framework, which is, it cannot process latency-sensitive large video frames generated from the Internet of Things-based video surveillance cameras in real-time. Besides, the recent advancements in the computer vision field offer many state-of-the-art image processing capabilities that can be utilized for real-time surveillance data processing. Deploying those processing powers at several fog computing layers can bring novel solutions for computer vision-based real-time security solutions. This paper proposes a deep learning-based framework for smart video surveillance that can process the real-time frames on two consecutive fog layers, one for action recognition and the other for criminal threat-based response generation. The proposed architecture consists of three major modules. The first module is responsible for capturing surveillance videos by deploying RaspberryPi cameras in a distributed network. The second module is responsible for action recognition using a deep learning-based model installed inside NVIDIA Jetson Nano-devices placed on two fog layers. Finally, the security response is generated and broadcast to the law-enforcement agency. To evaluate the proposed model, experiments on semantic segmentation-based scene object recognition were run. The experimental results came up with a suitable recognition model that can be deployed in the fog layers of our proposed framework.
|Number of pages
|Procedia Computer Science
|Published - 2022
|2022 International Conference on Machine Learning and Data Engineering, ICMLDE 2022 - Dehradun, India
Duration: 7 Sep 2022 → 8 Sep 2022
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- Computer Vision
- Deep Learning
- Internet of Things
- Smart Video Surveillance
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- General Computer Science