Demonstration video for Remote Identification Server
The next demonstration video involves two cameras: a wide-angle view fixed camera and a focusing pan-tilt-zoom camera. It will present how object tracking is effectively used to collect good quality samples of the tracked people.
One static camera overviews the observed area and conducts the object tracking. Another pan-tilt-zoom camera is controlled based on the information gained from the static camera in order to zoom in and take close-up images of the people tracked in the scene.
Below we can clearly see the difference between the quality of the samples taken from the wide angle view of the static camera (pictures in the upper row) and the close-up images taken with the active camera (pictures in the lower row). These better quality samples can be used more effectively for forensic evidence and also for automatic remote identification purposes.