Publication detail

Visual Monitoring of Water Organisms for Ecotoxicology Inspection

HORÁK, K. FLORIÁN, T.

Original Title

Visual Monitoring of Water Organisms for Ecotoxicology Inspection

English Title

Visual Monitoring of Water Organisms for Ecotoxicology Inspection

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The paper describes a visual system intended for an autonomous monitoring of biological organisms in the two water vessels. These two organisms named Lemna minor and Daphnia magna are sensitive to toxic substances in a water and so they are used as convenient detectors of such impurities. The both vessels are continuously scanned by industrial cameras and obtained images are then processed to achieve a result used to final water quality assessment.

English abstract

The paper describes a visual system intended for an autonomous monitoring of biological organisms in the two water vessels. These two organisms named Lemna minor and Daphnia magna are sensitive to toxic substances in a water and so they are used as convenient detectors of such impurities. The both vessels are continuously scanned by industrial cameras and obtained images are then processed to achieve a result used to final water quality assessment.

Keywords

Image Processing, Colour Segmentation, Motion Detection, Lemna minor, Daphnia magna.

RIV year

2014

Released

04.11.2014

Publisher

Institute of Chemical Technology (Kanag - tisk, s.r.o.)

Location

Prague

ISBN

978-80-7080-898-6

Book

22nd Annual Conference Proceedings, Technical Computing Bratislava 2014

Pages from

31

Pages to

36

Pages count

5

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT109987,
  author="Karel {Horák} and Tomáš {Florián}",
  title="Visual Monitoring of Water Organisms for Ecotoxicology Inspection",
  annote="The paper describes a visual system intended for an autonomous monitoring of biological organisms in the two water vessels. These two organisms named Lemna minor and Daphnia magna are sensitive to toxic substances in a water and so they are used as convenient detectors of such impurities. The both vessels are continuously scanned by industrial cameras and obtained images are then processed to achieve a result used to final water quality assessment.",
  address="Institute of Chemical Technology (Kanag - tisk, s.r.o.)",
  booktitle="22nd Annual Conference Proceedings, Technical Computing Bratislava 2014",
  chapter="109987",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Institute of Chemical Technology (Kanag - tisk, s.r.o.)",
  year="2014",
  month="november",
  pages="31--36",
  publisher="Institute of Chemical Technology (Kanag - tisk, s.r.o.)",
  type="conference paper"
}