CCTV as Smart Sensor Networks
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With the emergence of so-called 'smart CCTV' being able to recognise the precursors for disorder and civil disobedience, we present a preliminary study into using available CCTV networks augmented with big social media datasets. We examine the existing CCTV infrastructure in the UK, and use an agent-based simulation to model interactions between people based on friendship networks and features derived from their social media usage, proposing a novel algorithm for detection of psychopathy. Finally, we explore the frequency of crimes occurring within CCTV viewsheds using available UK police crime datasets to illustrate the current limitations of the CCTV infrastructure, as well as the potential ramifications of the stealthy emergence of CCTV networks as the fifth utility in smart cities.
Proceedings of 13th IEEE International Conference on Dependable, Autonomic and Secure Computing (DASC-2015);
Oatley, G., Crick, T. and Bolt, D. (2015) 'CCTV as Smart Sensor Networks', Proceedings of 13th IEEE International Conference on Dependable, Autonomic and Secure Computing (DASC-2015)
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