Advancements in Computer Vision Applications for Traffic Surveillance Systems


  • Vesna Radojčić Faculty of Computing and Informatics, Sinergija University, Bijeljina
  • Aleksandar Sandro Cvetković Singidunum University, Belgrade
  • Miloš Dobrojević Singidunum University, Belgrade
  • Petar Spalević Singidunum University, Belgrade
  • Jalal Mohamed E. Guider Singidunum University, Belgrade



With the increasing need for efficient traffic surveillance systems, computer vision emerges as a promising technology to address various challenges in this domain. This paper aims to provide an overview of recent advancements in the application of computer vision in traffic surveillance. It commences by discussing fundamental concepts of computer vision and its role in traffic monitoring, followed by an exploration of various techniques and algorithms used in computer vision systems, including object detection, tracking, and classification. Furthermore, it investigates the integration of computer vision with other technologies such as machine learning and deep learning, emphasizing their impact on enhancing the accuracy and efficiency of traffic surveillance systems. The review explores specific applications of computer vision in traffic surveillance, such as traffic flow monitoring, anomaly detection, and license plate recognition. Additionally, it addresses challenges and limitations associated with the implementation of computer vision in real-world traffic scenarios. Synthesizing existing literature, case studies, and research findings, this review offers a comprehensive insight into the current state-of-the-art in the application of computer vision for traffic surveillance systems. The paper concludes with a discussion of future directions and potential research opportunities in this rapidly evolving field.