SURVANT Project

The SURVANT project aims to deliver an effective and efficient innovative system able to collect, analyse videos from heterogeneous repositories of surveillance videos and extract inter/intra-camera video analytics, supporting investigators in discovering suspicious criminal events within a huge amount of video tracks.

Through an intuitive interface, SURVANT ensures a relaxed learning curve, assisting the user in creating accurate search queries and analysing the received results using advanced visualization tools. Ethical management of personal data collected from surveillance videos is integrated in the system design for ensuring the compliance with ethics and privacy European and national regulations.

The main aim of SURVANT will be a dramatic reduction of the human resources required in investigations, thanks to:

  • an improved video archive search and an intuitive videos archive management and collection
  • recommendations for improving searches and smart event evolution tracking to further assist the investigator;
  • geolocalisation and tracking of suspicious persons;
  • suspicious events detection.

News and Events

SURVANT presented at the SRE 2018
SURVANT was presented to the SRE 2018: the Security Research Event, which was held in Brussels last 5th-6th December, with the theme ‘Making Europe a safer place: demonstrating the impact of EU‑funded security research’. The [...]
SURVANT: training session and workshop in Lisbon
The SURVANT Project co-organized the training session and workshop held in Lisbon on November 21st 2018, by the Policia Judiciaria headquarter. The project was presented and had the chance to communicate its main results and progresses [...]
One day workshop for the SURVANT Project in Lisbon (PJ headquarters) – 21st of November
The SURVANT project aims to deliver an effective and efficient innovative system able to collect, analyse videos from heterogeneous repositories of surveillance videos and extract inter/intra-camera video analytics, supporting investigators in discovering suspicious criminal events [...]