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MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Video and Imagery Dataset to Drive Public Safety

Computer vision capabilities have rapidly been advancing and are expected to become an important component to incident and disaster response but the majority of video analytics are not meeting public safety needs.

MIT Lincoln Laboratory and the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness have been developing a computer vision dataset of operational and representative public safety scenarios. This dataset will enable technology development tailored to public safety scenarios. Along with our collaborators, we generated more than 30 hours of video representative of some public safety scenarios. In total, there are millions of labeled public safety operational and representative images and key video frames.

Andrew Weinert
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