Real Time Action Recognition from Video Footage

by   Tasnim Sakib Apon, et al.

Crime rate is increasing proportionally with the increasing rate of the population. The most prominent approach was to introduce Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) camera-based surveillance to tackle the issue. Video surveillance cameras have added a new dimension to detect crime. Several research works on autonomous security camera surveillance are currently ongoing, where the fundamental goal is to discover violent activity from video feeds. From the technical viewpoint, this is a challenging problem because analyzing a set of frames, i.e., videos in temporal dimension to detect violence might need careful machine learning model training to reduce false results. This research focuses on this problem by integrating state-of-the-art Deep Learning methods to ensure a robust pipeline for autonomous surveillance for detecting violent activities, e.g., kicking, punching, and slapping. Initially, we designed a dataset of this specific interest, which contains 600 videos (200 for each action). Later, we have utilized existing pre-trained model architectures to extract features, and later used deep learning network for classification. Also, We have classified our models' accuracy, and confusion matrix on different pre-trained architectures like VGG16, InceptionV3, ResNet50, Xception and MobileNet V2 among which VGG16 and MobileNet V2 performed better.


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