Monitoring the Number of Vehicles on Highway Using Frame Difference Method
Indonesia is a country with the third largest motorcycle rider in the world after China and India. One of the biggest cities in Indonesia is Bandung is a city that often experience traffic congestion, especially during peak hours and weekends because of population growth, urbanization and transmigration has increased and not comparable with the growth and development of adequate infrastructure so that frequent traffic jams.
In this study, the authors developed a traffic monitoring system to calculate the number of vehicles using the Frame Difference method. To implement the method contained in this paper in calculating the number of vehicles passing on a highway by using two different points of view. The assumption in this research is using static background assumption.
Based on the result of the research, it is found that the performance of video from Toll Pasteur with the viewing angle has 8.21% error and Purbaleunyi Toll with vertical angle has 4.43% error by using some filter and morphological operation. Conversely, if without using filters and morphological operations have an error of 175.22% in Pasteur Toll and 115.44% at Purbaleunyi Toll.
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