Nowadays, mm-wave scanners already installed in some airports and used during the checking before boarding, only control one person at a time with a protocol which is not compatible with the monitoring a flow of moving people. Optical cameras cannot perform this control and a systematic body check is not really feasible. Such a system requires the design of very high-resolution millimeter wave radar that does not exist yet.
The goal of this PhD thesis, available at the Laboratoire d’Electronique, Antennes et Télécommunications (LEAT, UMR7248, CNRS – Université Nice Sophia Antipolis) , is to design very high-resolution imaging radar, which could be used for a wide range of monitoring issues. Among possible applications, we give a focus on the real-time monitoring of a flow of people crossing an access point (i.e. entrance of a public establishment, a concert hall, a stadium, …).
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