:: Volume 11, Issue 3 (3-2022) ::
JGST 2022, 11(3): 101-113 Back to browse issues page
Smart Camera-based Contact Tracing Systems: A Review
M. Minaei, M. R. Malek *
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With the spread of the COVID 19 virus and the threat of a pandemic, the World Health Organization (WHO) proposed quarantine and setting social distancing restrictions as a means of disease management. Despite their effectiveness, implementing and administering these restrictions is prohibitively expensive and not suitable for a long time. Contact tracing systems can be used as an alternative to public quarantine. Smart cameras are an easily accessible structure for developing such a system due to their widespread use. However, there are numerous challenges in designing and implementing the mentioned system. The architecture of an effective object detection model, a large enough dataset, and a method for positioning and tracing people are some of the challenges that have been examined and compared in this article.
Article number: 8
Keywords: Contact Tracing, COVID 19, Smart Cameras, Object Detection Algorithms, Image Processing
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Type of Study: Tarviji | Subject: GIS

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