Future of human activity recognition poised for remarkable developments: Anil Behal Assistant Professor CSE

Chandigarh: The future scope of Human Activity Recognition (HAR) is poised for remarkable developments, ushering in a new era of technological advancements across diverse domains.

In healthcare, HAR holds the promise of refining activity tracking for chronic disease management and enabling early detection of health issues. The integration of HAR into smart homes and cities is anticipated to bring about more efficient living spaces, optimizing energy consumption, enhancing security, and responding intelligently to human activities, said Anil Behal Assistant Professor CSE.

Human-Computer Interaction stands to undergo a transformation, with gesture recognition and activity-aware interfaces creating more intuitive connections between humans and machines, he said.

In the realm of assistive technologies, future innovations may empower individuals with disabilities by providing precise control of devices through advanced activity recognition. Sports and fitness tracking are likely to witness real-time feedback on athletic performance and personalized training routines based on individual activities.

Security and surveillance systems are expected to become more sophisticated, employing intelligent video analytics for accurate identification of suspicious activities. The future of HAR is intricately linked to human-centric design, tailoring technologies to adapt to individual preferences and fostering personalized user-friendly experiences. Continued advancements in deep learning techniques and sensor fusion will contribute to more robust and accurate activity recognition models.