AI-based Human Tracking for Remote Rehabilitation Progress Monitoring


Ameur Latreche
LGMM laboratory, University of Skikda
Ridha Kelaiaia
LGMM laboratory, University of Skikda
Ahmed Chemori
LIRMM laboratory, University of Montpellier


Human movement analysis takes on great importance in the field of research related to artificial intelligence because it is used in many applications such as sports and rehabilitation. Human action analysis may be accomplished by anticipating the body's essential posture. The two most important parts of video-based human action analysis are recognizing actions and following the body. In this research paper, we present an effective model for tracking some human range of motion using artificial intelligence technology. A web application was developed to track the patient's rehabilitation progress at a distance.

February 5, 2024