01/04/2001 - 31/03/2003

To build and infra-red detector system that can count people as they move around the urban environment. In particular we wish to evaluate measures for the vitality and viability of urban areas.
PERMEATE is a Government Research Grants project funded by LINK/FIT. Carried out in collaboration with and others. For further information please refer to .
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Project Team

Alistair Armitage
Senior Lecturer
+44 131 455 2784
Mrs Lucy Lei
(not currently an institute member)
Jon Kerridge
+44 131 455 2777

Associated Publications

Chamberlain, T., Armitage, A., Rutter, M., Binnie, D. (2006). Pedestrian sensing with feature extraction. In: (Ed.) ITS World Congress, , () ( ed.). (pp. ). London: . .

Kerridge, J., Chamberlain, T. (2005). Collecting Pedestrian Trajectory Data In Real-time. Proceedings of PED2005, , (), .

Kerridge, J., Chamberlain, T. (2005). Collecting, Processing and Calculating Pedestrian Flow Data in Real-time. In: (Ed.) Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, 84th Annual Meeting, () (84th Annual Meeting ed.). (pp. ). : . US National Academies of Science.

Binnie, D., Armitage, A. (2004). Pedestrian detection using low-resolution thermal imager versus visual imager. PREP 2004, , (), 156-157.

Chamberlain, T., Armitage, A., Rutter, M., Binnie, D. (2004). Using low-resolution thermal sensors in stereo to measure pedestrian movement. PREP 2004, , (), 251-252.

Kerridge, J., Armitage, A., Binnie, D., Lei, L. (2004). Monitoring the Movement of Pedestrians Using Low-cost Infrared Detectors: Initial Findings. Transportation Research Record, 1878, (), 11-18.

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