Vol 3 No 1 (2020): Special issue on cyber-security of critical infrastructure
Articles

Artificial Neural Networks for Airport Runway Safety Systems

Denis Bekasov
Bauman Moscow State Technical University
Published November 17, 2020
Keywords
  • Airport runway safety,
  • artificial neural networks,
  • video tracking,
  • object detection,
  • object classification
How to Cite
Bekasov, D. (2020). Artificial Neural Networks for Airport Runway Safety Systems. Annals of Disaster Risk Sciences, 3(1). Retrieved from https://ojs.vvg.hr/index.php/adrs/article/view/49

Abstract

This paper presents the analysis of the existing approaches to ensuring the safety of aircraft`s takeoff and landing at airport runways using video surveillance systems. The subject area is formalized, and security threats and measures to prevent them are assessed. Optional architecture of the system designed for detection and classification of moving objects in the airport runway area is presented. The architecture is based on Neural Networks with AI elements. Also the original method of runway objects’ trajectory tracking is proposed. And finally, the research results of the applicability of the proposed architecture are presented.

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