Blob adaptation through frames analysis for dynamic fire detection

Indrabayu Indrabayu, Rahmat Hardian Putra, Ingrid Nurtanio, Intan Sari Areni, Anugrayani Bustamin

Abstract


This study was aiming at helping visually impaired people to detect and estimate the fire distance. Blind people had difficulty knowing the existence of fire at a safe distance; hence the possibility of burning could occur. The color models and blob analysis methods were used to detect the presence of fire in the blind path. Before the fire detection stage, the cascade of the HSV and RGB color models was applied to segment the reddish fire color. The size and shape of a dynamic fire were the parameters used in this paper to distinguish fire from non-fire objects. Changes in the area of the fire object obtained at the Blob analysis stage per 10 frames were the main contributions and novelty in this paper. After the fire is detected, the calculation of the fire distance to a blind person was completed using a pinhole model. This research used 35 data videos with a resolution of 480x640 pixels. The results showed that the fire detection system and the distance estimation achieved an accuracy of 88.86% and the MSE of 0.0358, respectively.

Keywords


Blob analysis; Computer vision; Distance estimation; Fire detection; Pinhole model

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v9i5.2622

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