Muhammad Tahir Qadri

Work place: Electronic Engineering Department, Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi, 75300, Pakistan



Research Interests: Automation and Control, Control Theory, Image Processing, Telecommunication


Chairman, Department of Electronic Engineering, Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi, 75300, Pakista

Engr. Dr. Muhammed Tahir Qadri received the Doctorate degree from University of Essex, UK in Digital Signal Processing and Masters degree from University of Warwick, UK in Advance Photonics and Communication. He is currently associated with Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology as Associate Professor in Electronic Engineering Department.. He has published 33 journal and conference papers in the field of image processing, telecommunication and digital control systems. He has written a book on Digital Signal Processing for engineering students and the book is being used as reference book in Sir Syed University, Karachi He is also registered as Professional Engineer from Pakistan Engineering Council.

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Real Time Object Tracking using FPGA Development Kit

By Muhammad Tayyab Muhammad Tahir Qadri Raheel Ahmed Maryam Ahmad Dhool

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Oct. 2014

The main idea of this work is object tracking using real time video processing. For this purpose we designed an embedded system that performs the object tracking algorithm for accurate tracking of defined object. The theme may be implemented for the security companies, sports and the armed forces to make them more equipped and advanced. The heart of the system is a Field Programmable Gate Arrays development kit. It controls the whole system by receiving the video signal from camera, processes it and sends the video signal to the Liquid Crystal Display or monitor. After receiving video of intended object, target selection is performed to select the target to track and then the tracking algorithm is implemented using image processing algorithms implemented using Field Programmable Gate Arrays development kit. We also interfaced the DC gear motor to control the movement of the camera in order to track the selected object. In order to design the standalone application we transformed our algorithm in Field Programmable Gate Array kit.

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