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Volume 27, 2019The 9th International Conference on Digital Information and Communication Technology and its Applications (DICTAP2019)
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Design of facial recognition system implemented in an unmanned aerial vehicle for citizen security in Latin America
Faculty of Science and Engineering, Department of Information System, SOKA University of Japan, Japan
* Diego Herrera: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the new technological era, facial recognition has become a central issue for a great number of engineers. Currently, there are a great number of techniques for facial recognition, but in this research, we focus on the use of deep learning. The problems with current facial recognition convection systems are that they are developed in non-mobile devices. This research intends to develop a Facial Recognition System implemented in an unmanned aerial vehicle of the quadcopter type. While it is true, there are quadcopters capable of detecting faces and/or shapes and following them, but most are for fun and entertainment. This research focuses on the facial recognition of people with criminal records, for which a neural network is trained. The Caffe framework is used for the training of a convolutional neural network. The system is developed on the NVIDIA Jetson TX2 motherboard. The design and construction of the quadcopter are done from scratch because we need the UAV for adapt to our requirements. This research aims to reduce violence and crime in Latin America.
© The Authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2019
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