Emergency Alarm Service for the old and the weak by Human Behavior Recognition in Intelligent Space

지능공간에서의 인간행동 인식을 통한 노약자 및 환자의 위급상황 알람 서비스

  • 이정엄 (고려대학교 전기전자전파공학부) ;
  • 김주형 (고려대학교 전기전자전파공학부) ;
  • 이현구 (고려대학교 전기전자전파공학부) ;
  • 김상준 (고려대학교 메카트로닉스협동과정) ;
  • 김대환 (전자부품연구원 지능형정보시스템연구센터) ;
  • 박귀태 (고려대학교 전기전자전파공학부)
  • Published : 2007.12.31


In this paper, we discuss a service to give alarm in the case of emergency for the old and the weak by human behavior recognition in Intelligent Space. Our Intelligent Space consists of mobile robots, sensors and agents. And these components are connected to network framework. Agent analyzes data acquired from networked sensors and determines task of robots and a space to provide a service for humans. In our emergency alarm service, human behavior recognition service module analyzes accelerometer data obtained from body-attached human behavior sensing platform, and classifies into four basic human behavior such as walking, running, sitting and falling-down. For the old and the weak, falling-down behavior may bring about dangerous situations. On such an occasion, agent executes emergency alarm service immediately. And then a selected mobile robot approaches fallen person and sends images of the person to guardians. In this paper, we set up a scenario to verify the emergency alarm service in Intelligent Space, and show feasibility of the service from our simulation experiments.



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