Valery V. Mamrega,
“Darbaza-Avtomatik” LLC, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

DOI: 10.36724/2664-066X-2022-8-5-7-11

SYNCHROINFO JOURNAL. Volume 8, Number 5 (2022). P. 7-11.


This article explores the subject of computer vision systems – a technology that allows vehicles to identify, track, and also classify objects on the roadway. The objectives of the study are to consider the principle of operation of these automated systems, their advantages in comparison with modern road regulation, as well as the problems of implementation and development of these systems. The research was carried out on the basis of the analysis of information from open information resources. The statistics of accidents at work are presented, the high rates of which are due to large volumes of production and an outdated system for monitoring compliance with safety rules and the availability of personal protective equipment for employees. The scheme of interaction of the components of a computer vision system is considered, which will allow monitoring of events occurring in production during operation, monitoring the situation at the enterprise for the occurrence of a potentially dangerous situation for personnel and equipment, and, accordingly, this system will be able to prevent an emergency, as well as avoid personal injury by reacting even to minor deviations from operating parameters. The research was carried out on the basis of the study and analysis of materials published in open information sources.

Keywords: machine vision, traffic control system, computer vision, transport, neural networks, production, computer vision, safety compliance, monitoring, production process, safety.


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