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Stephan Veigl

 Stephan Veigl

Function

Research Engineer

Center

Digital Safety & Security

Competence Unit

Sensing & Vision Solutions

E-Mail

Stephan.Veigl(at)ait.ac.at

Phone

+43 50550 4270

Address

Giefinggasse 4, 1210 Vienna

Career

Field: Intelligent Cameras & Video Analytics

Main Research: Computer Vision & SW Architecture

Experience: Stephan Veigl has an MSc in Computer Science from Vienna University of Technology. He is a software engineer at AIT focusing on modern concepts and architectures for video and image processing. Mr. Veigl has researched and implemented tracking algorithms for embedded systems as well as desktop computers. Currently, he is the core developer of Connected Vision, an open source framework and SDK for modular, service based video analytics in a distributed environment. This system is utilized in multiple projects, among others as base for the video processing of ABC systems in the FastPass project, as well a use case demonstration in the PARIS project.

  • 2005-2005: Exchange of Student
    Ericsson Telecommunications Portugal / Portugal
  • 2011: Best Demo Award at IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo (ICME 2011)

Publications

  • Fast Search in Distributed Video Archives
    Author(s): S. Veigl, H. Fronthaler , B. Strobl
    Journal: ERCIM News, 83 (2010)
  • Visual Surveillance Technologies for enhancing ABC Secure Zones
    Author(s): C. Beleznai, St. Veigl, M. Rauter, D. Schreiber, A. Kriechbaum
    Conference 2nd Global Conference and Exhibition on Future Developments of Automated Border Control (ABC), Warsaw
  • Privacy Aware Modular Video Analytics
    Author(s): M. Boyer, St. Veigl
    Conference Future Security Conference, Berlin
  • Interaktive forensische Suche in großen Videoarchiven
    Author(s): St. Veigl
    Conference 2. Forschungs- und Technologiesymposium Deutsche Hochschule der Polizei, Münster/Hiltrup
  • Verfahren und Einrichtung zur Übertragung von Bildfolgen (Procedure and Application for Transmition of Image Sequences)
    Inventor: Horst Bischof, Berhard Strobl, Stephan Veigl
    Submission Date: 10.05.2000
    Issue Date: 14.11.2001

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