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23 january 2022 13:49:02

 
Remote Sensing, Vol. 14, Pages 536: Real-Time Detection of Full-Scale Forest Fire Smoke Based on Deep Convolution Neural Network (Remote Sensing)
 


To reduce the loss induced by forest fires, it is very important to detect the forest fire smoke in real time so that early and timely warning can be issued. Machine vision and image processing technology is widely used for detecting forest fire smoke. However, most of the traditional image detection algorithms require manual extraction of image features and, thus, are not real-time. This paper evaluates the effectiveness of using the deep convolutional neural network to detect forest fire smoke in real time. Several target detection deep convolutional neural network algorithms evaluated include the EfficientDet (EfficientDet: Scalable and Efficient Object Detection), Faster R-CNN (Faster R-CNN: Towards Real-Time Object Detection with Region Proposal Networks), YOLOv3 (You Only Look Once V3), and SSD (Single Shot MultiBox Detector) advanced CNN (Convolutional Neural Networks) model. The YOLOv3 showed a detection speed up to 27 FPS, indicating it is a real-time smoke detector. By comparing these algorithms with the current existing forest fire smoke detection algorithms, it can be found that the deep convolutional neural network algorithms result in better smoke detection accuracy. In particular, the EfficientDet algorithm achieves an average detection accuracy of 95.7%, which is the best real-time forest fire smoke detection among the evaluated algorithms.


 
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