Above flow-chart is taken from Yale and MIT publication (local copy): A Survey of Human-Sensing: Methods for Detecting Presence, Count, Location, Track, and Identity. I guess “best minds” in the world have to work hard to keep assholes on top.
One of the authors in his resume mentions that after graduation he (i guess its for elderly fall protection – in Kevorkian healthcare system) :
Responsible for driving the person-tracking and indentification project, developing an end-to-end human-sensing solution; Building and maintaining remote deployments of sensor nodes in real homes for multiple months without physical access; Supervising undergraduate research projects and graduate-level class projects.
- Through wall imaging radars
- Acoustic and video covert surveillance
- Speculations on other ways to localize (hunt) humans