Digital identification and pattern recognition capabilities using machine learning methods, navigation systems, and video surveillance




unmanned vehicle, convolutional neural networks, pattern recognition, machine learning, navigation, planning, video surveillance


The objects of the study are unmanned vehicles and branches of the bridge of the city of Kyiv (Ukraine), which connects the Great Ring Road, Zhytomyr Highway and Peremogy Avenue. The built routes were analyzed using the technology of recognition of road signs, people and vehicles. The important problem of this research is to analyze the possibilities of detecting obstacles by an unmanned vehicle using pattern recognition, which combines the methods of machine communication, navigation and real-time video surveillance.

Based on the study, the results of detecting and avoiding obstacles on the road, where a study was conducted to investigate the main reasons that can cause time delays (traffic jams, weather conditions, accidents). The results of planning and navigation are obtained to determine the appropriate road route, which allows detecting and eliminating obstacles on the road, as well as building a map plan of the route in advance using online map services (Google Maps). It is shown that recognition of road signs (based on the classification using a road sign map consisting of 7 categories), people and vehicles minimizes the occurrence of road accidents, traffic jams and time delays. To recognize the images of road signs, people and vehicles, we studied the road sections connecting to the branched bridge.

Thus, the authors have reviewed and analyzed the digital capabilities of pattern identification and recognition using machine learning methods, navigation and video surveillance systems, where the safety of vehicles with detection of road signs and obstacles on the way is of great importance. The results obtained can complement the possibilities of using unmanned vehicles to avoid obstacles and road accidents based on a trained pattern recognition system. This system, using convolutional neural networks and video surveillance navigation systems, will be able to provide the driver and the people around it with safe driving conditions.

Author Biographies

Olena Marchenko, National Technical University of Ukraine «Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute»

Senior Lecturer

Department of Informatics and Software Engineering

Oleksandr Viunenko, National Technical University of Ukraine «Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute»

PhD, Associate Professor

Department of Cybernetics and Informatics

Ihor Nechai, Ukrainian State University of Science and Technologies, Dnipro

PhD, Associate Professor

Department of Physics and Applied Mathematics


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Digital identification and pattern recognition capabilities using machine learning methods, navigation systems, and video surveillance




How to Cite

Marchenko, O., Viunenko, O., & Nechai, I. (2024). Digital identification and pattern recognition capabilities using machine learning methods, navigation systems, and video surveillance. Technology Audit and Production Reserves, 1(2(75), 6–13.



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