KDDI and SECOM Jointly Experiment; Security of the Stadium with 4K Video and 5G

KDDI and Secom announced on August 19 that they succeeded in a demonstration experiment that remotely monitored a large competition facility using 4K video and next-generation communication “5G”. By combining the high-definition video of the cameras worn by drones, robots, and security guards with AI image recognition technology, a wide range of abnormalities can be detected early.

Around the venue of the Higashi-Osaka Hanazono Rugby Field (Higashi-Osaka City) where the demonstration experiment was conducted, security guards wearing smart drone under development by KDDI, SECOM’s autonomous patrol robot “SECOM Robot X2,” and wearable cameras Place. 4K video showing the surroundings was transmitted in real time to Secom’s mobile control center in 5G.

At the control center, the sent video is analyzed with AI developed by KDDI Research Institute. The behavior can be read from the skeletal movements of the reflected people, and suspicious persons and those who have fallen due to poor physical condition can be recognized and instructions can be given to controllers and robots at the site. In the experiment, he was able to analyze behavior by simultaneously recognizing multiple people about 50 meters away from the drone.

KDDI and SECOM collaborated in a 5G demonstration in February 2017, and have jointly conducted demonstration experiments on the security system using smart drones. The three companies have stated that they are aiming to realize security using 5G, while expectations are rising for systems that can monitor a wide range before sports competitions and international conferences and monitoring technology using high-definition video.

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KDDI and Secom announced on August 19 that they succeeded in a demonstration experiment that remotely monitored a large competition facility using 4K video and next-generation communication "5G".

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