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"Scientific Vision Days 2016"

Technology presentations at AIT stand 1D82
9th and 10th of November 2016

Also in 2016 the popular lecture series at our stand continues! On 9th and 10th of November 2016 AIT experts, customers and partners from industry and research will give short speeches about the latest innovations and technologies in the field of high-performance image processing.

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Vision 2016 - 09.11.2016

Kurt Niel

Ausbildung für industrielle Bildverarbeitung - Skizze für tertiären Bereich
 

Johannes Pribyl

3D Vision - An enabling Technology for Autonomous On- and Offroad Driving
 

Werner Brockherde

CMOS SPADs for LIDAR Applications
 

Michael Hofstätter

Dynamic Vision Sensoren (DVS) – Lösungen für die Personensicherheit
 

Branislav Micusik, Markus Kommenda, Axel Weissenfeld

Vision-Based Indoor Localization
 

Andreas Kriechbaum-Zabini

Observ3D Queue Analysis - Enabling active queue management
 

Franz Daubner Smartphones als Basis für mobile Grenzkontrolle
 
Peter Wild Smartphone-based Fingerprint Recognition
 
Svorad Štolc High-Speed Multi-Line Scan Imaging
for Material Inspection

 
Bernhard Blaschitz, Doris Antensteiner, Svorad Štolc Scalable geometric calibration for multi-view camera arrays
 

Vision 2016 - 10.11.2016

Thomas Pock

Real-Time Intensity-Image Reconstruction for Event Cameras
 

Simon Breuss

RoadSTAR - Multisensorielle Straßenoberflächenanalyse
 

Ernst Bodenstorfer

xposure - more than just the world's fastest multi-line scan camera
 

Bernd Jähne

Objective Characterization of Cameras using new EMVA 1288 Release 3.1 with Focus on Non-Uniformities
 

Nikolaus Kerö, Erich Maurer, Tobias Müller

PTP - A Simple yet Powerful Way to Synchronize Ethernet-Based Cameras
 

Bernhard Blaschitz, D. Soukup, H. Penz, W. Krattenthaler, R. Huber-Mörk

Automated testing for print inspection systems
 

Peter Wild Interoperability Testing of Optical Security Document Readers