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Amateur Drone Monitoring: State-of-the-Art Architectures, Key Enabling Technologies, and Future Research Directions [article]

Zeeshan Kaleem, Mubashir Husain Rehmani
2017 arXiv   pre-print
The unmanned air-vehicle (UAV) or mini-drones equipped with sensors are becoming increasingly popular for various commercial, industrial, and public-safety applications.  ...  To capture amateur drone (ADr), MDr must have the capability to efficiently and timely detect, track, jam, and hunt the ADr.  ...  spectrum utilization based on commercial applications requirements • To handle the tradeoff between sensing and transmission Fig. 1 . 1 Drones Applications: Construction monitoring, public-safety, traffic  ... 
arXiv:1710.02382v1 fatcat:3hy6taailvhmrokbk7hne66p5m

Real-Time Surveillance Using Deep Learning

Muhammad Javed Iqbal, Muhammad Munwar Iqbal, Iftikhar Ahmad, Madini O. Alassafi, Ahmed S. Alfakeeh, Ahmed Alhomoud, Farhan Ullah
2021 Security and Communication Networks  
It is crucial to ensure proper surveillance for the safety and security of people and their assets.  ...  In aerial surveillance, quadcopters are equipped with state-of-the-art image processing technology that captures detailed photographs of every object underneath.  ...  [9] discussed that Public security and safety are ensured through wireless communication technologies and support mobility. In the study by Alford et al.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/6184756 fatcat:ixzq2fk2tvfmjiazbhhkjtaz7q

A Practical Deployment of a Communication Infrastructure to Support the Employment of Multiple Surveillance Drones Systems

Maik Basso, Iulisloi Zacarias, Carlos Tussi Leite, Haijun Wang, Edison Pignaton de Freitas
2018 Drones  
In many incidents involving amateur drones (ADr), the big challenge is to quickly deploy a surveillance system that countermeasures the threat and keeps track of the intruders.  ...  Depending on the area under concern, launching a single surveillance drone (SDr) to hunt the intruder is not efficient, but employing multiple ones can cope with the problem.  ...  However, this massive usage of ADr comes along with the danger of uncontrolled flights over areas in which important public safety issues must be considered.  ... 
doi:10.3390/drones2030026 fatcat:oq4j5cgklnfcvpqmbvzrgpujti

Part III.2 Chemical and Biological Matters [chapter]

2016 WMD Arms Control in the Middle East  
7 Status of Non-proliferation Treaties, Agreements, and Other Related Instruments in the Middle East  ...  The listed areas are more directly related to the safety and security of biotechnology and its application (which is likely to grow further in the region), to transfer controls and to public health. 12  ...  However, national governments cannot handle global microbial threats alone, and inadequate surveillance and response capacity in a single country can endanger national populations and the public health  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315546988-24 fatcat:wkygubxc3rgehizz4bjbgosqty

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for Crowd Monitoring and Analysis

Muhammad Afif Husman, Waleed Albattah, Zulkifli Zainal Abidin, Yasir Mohd. Mustafah, Kushsairy Kadir, Shabana Habib, Muhammad Islam, Sheroz Khan
2021 Electronics  
In addition, ethical and privacy issues surrounding the use of this technology are presented.  ...  Crowd monitoring and analysis has become increasingly used for unmanned aerial vehicle applications.  ...  , British Malaysian Institute, Universiti Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Department of Electrical Engineering, Onaizah College of Engineering and Information Technology, Onaizah Colleges (Saudi Arabia), and  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics10232974 fatcat:2qlnspwehrdfra4s37c5odrcy4

Surveillance Impact Report (Iriss Deliverable 3.2)

Kirstie Ball, Keith Spiller, Sebastian Dahm, Kerstin Goos, Michael Friedewald, Antonella Galletta, Paul De Hert, Richard Jones, Erik Lastic, Clive Norris, Charles Raab, J. Peter Burgess (+17 others)
2014 Zenodo  
Objective: To investigate societal effects of different surveillance practices from a multi-disciplinary social science and legal perspective.  ...  The means of surveillance renders society more resilient to security, safety and economic threats. 2.  ...  -New surveillance techniques and technologies tend to develop in the commercial realm, in response to commercially sensitive issues which are not subject to public scrutiny or political debate.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1184335 fatcat:qxyyg4wrrfdhnlkili6mvawbwe

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Stuart J Murray
2015 MediaTropes  
were a moral duty, as if innovations in public safety were coextensive with technological innovations.  ...  And it is presented as an innovation in public safety. Herein is a proffered mode of empowered biocitizenship.  ...  Bioconvergent Thematics Internet surveillance has evolved into a shockingly extensive, robust and profitable surveillance architecture.  ... 
doaj:6a5152da15f64f16ae1616cb5d864859 fatcat:bl4wlg4psbenjjlnaygtxitp7a

Wireless communication for safe UAVs: From Long-Range Deconfliction to short-range collision avoidance [article]

Evgenii Vinogradov, Franco Minucci, Sofie Pollin
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Small drones are becoming a part of our everyday life. They are used in a wide variety of commercial applications, and the number of drones in the air is steadily growing.  ...  We first describe the traffic management architecture and services. Next, we overview several approaches for defining the inter-drone separation distances ensuring the safe operation.  ...  While in some countries drones are perceived as game changers and development enablers [1] , in other areas, the public is rather concerned about safety and security issues aroused by the UAV-use.  ... 
arXiv:1910.13744v1 fatcat:qfrttxjzlfaghekypmfx22bmfy

Issue 29 Introduction: Computing the City

Armin Beverungen, Florian Sprenger
2017 Fibreculture Journal  
Capture thus emerges as an integral part of smart cities and replaces or complements established modes of surveillance via monitoring.  ...  Pervaded by visible and invisible networks, the city becomes a playground for global corporations to experiment with technologies of surveillance, big data and endless feedback loops, continuously improving  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge the support of the Volkswagen Foundation for funding the workshop (as part of the Digital Cultures Research Lab in Lüneburg) out of which this issue emerged  ... 
doi:10.15307/fcj.29.212.2017 fatcat:zoqi2hu5frhyxfmdsmqktyrxiq

Volume 18 : 2020 Issue 4

MIP Malaysia
2020 PLANNING MALAYSIA JOURNAL  
Planning and the problem of evil. Planning Theory, 10(2), 103-123. Cohen, L.  ...  Integration of resilience and sustainability: From theory to application. International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment, 6(3), 347-362. Ahmad Nazrin, A.  ...  " and "safety" as components of it (refer Figure 2(b) ).  ... 
doi:10.21837/pm.v18i14.814 fatcat:wzyk2odtizge7bl73vuyonwhqm

Parameters – Full Issue

USAWC Parameters
2014 Parameters  
AbstrAct: The Army Force Generation (ARFORGEN) costing model suggests Active and Reserve forces cost about the same.  ...  and security architecture.  ...  Stop the Drones-The Activist's View against armed drones, and parts of it could double as a pacifist manifest.  ... 
doi:10.55540/0031-1723.2644 fatcat:tfexp236prdi3hwooo6izzuf7q

Cryptobotics: Why Robots Need Cyber Safety

Santiago Morante, Juan G. Victores, Carlos Balaguer
2015 Frontiers in Robotics and AI  
Author Contributions SM discovered the potential issue in mainstream robotics software and wrote part of the paper.  ...  JV found the technical support behind the security issues and wrote and improved the text.  ...  Unmanned aerial vehicles, commonly called "drones, " are being destined to surveillance and also to combat missions.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frobt.2015.00023 fatcat:zppoxysq2jar7lgmyvxajkqt6m

Towards the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs): A Comprehensive Review

Syed Agha Hassnain Mohsan, Muhammad Asghar Khan, Fazal Noor, Insaf Ullah, Mohammed H. Alsharif
2022 Drones  
In particular, UAV applications, challenges, and security issues are explored in the light of recent research studies and development.  ...  Recently, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), also known as drones, have come in a great diversity of several applications such as military, construction, image and video mapping, medical, search and rescue  ...  communication and public safety.  ... 
doi:10.3390/drones6060147 fatcat:wpq2ggacqfauvhv7dhhsx5ccui

An Extensive Survey on the Internet of Drones [article]

Pietro Boccadoro and Domenico Striccoli and Luigi Alfredo Grieco
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Moreover, the employment of drones promisingly improves the performance parameters of different network architectures.  ...  Indeed, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) can successfully be employed in different applications, thanks to some technological and practical advantages: high mobility, capability to extend wireless coverage  ...  CAGR of 51% from 102,600 in 2016. • Government drones fall into two categories: military and public safety.  ... 
arXiv:2007.12611v3 fatcat:qje6brwqcza5xo43qh7qpj4csa

Ethics for civil indoor drones: A qualitative analysis

María de Miguel Molina, Virginia Santamarina Campos, Mª Ángeles Carabal Montagud, Blanca de Miguel Molina
2018 International Journal of Micro Air Vehicles  
However, several industrial sectors have started to use drones for indoor tasks such as surveillance, architecture, emergencies, and communication media.  ...  Drones face two main concerns: safety and security/privacy. Whilst safety has been broadly studied by literature, less research has been carried out into security/privacy.  ...  There are a lot of. . . a lot of amateurs out there and I worry about the safety of it.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1756829318794004 fatcat:lewdliqryrferco4bmegvxewp4
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