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CV_LabComputer Vision Laboratory
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The Computer Vision Lab (CV Lab) is one of the several research labs within the Aragon Institute of Engineering Research (I3A). The research carried out at the CV Lab is focused on computational techniques for artificial vision in the domains of surveillance, biometrics and medical image computing. In particular, the research is focused on quantitative vision.

Research Lines

Information and Communication Technologies

Smart sensors

Development of embedding artificial neural networks and other intelligent algorithms in low cost, low power, microprocessors systems, for applications such as smart sensing at home, home...

Development of embedding artificial neural networks and other intelligent algorithms in low cost, low power, microprocessors systems, for applications such as smart sensing at home, home appliances, etc. This makes feasible the development of low size intelligent circuits, including sensor and processing.

Computer vision algorithms mainly focused on human detection, tracking and activity recognition

Key Projects

Information and Communication Technologies

TAMA
The TAMA project (Advanced Multimodal Audiovisual Technologies) aims to develop audiovisual technologies from a global and multimodal perspective by bringing together various research fields...
The TAMA project (Advanced Multimodal Audiovisual Technologies) aims to develop audiovisual technologies from a global and multimodal perspective by bringing together various research fields such as computer graphics, image processing, computer vision, image processing, augmented reality, etc. This will result in the improvement of the state of the art of audiovisual technologies and the development of advanced interactive multimodal systems enabling a transparent and simple synergy between people and machines.
 
The team comprises the engineers José María Saldaña, Ana Belén Cambra, Miguel Montañés; Miguel Ángel Varona and Eduardo Estopiñán together with various members of the I3A, and is led by Carlos Orrite, director of the I3A’s Computer Vision group (CV Lab). The collaboration between the TAMA project and the Asalto Festival (held in Zaragoza from 8 to 21 September 2014) led to the development of an application which demonstrated the possibilities of this technology in urban environments (computer vision, recognition in the cloud, augmented reality, advanced audiovisual systems). This application offers a reinterpretation of various graffiti, adding augmented content or reconstructing walls deteriorated over the passage of time. Augmented reality applications have also been developed for tourism purposes in the cities of Huesca and Zaragoza.
 
ASTRO: Multi-camera Football Player Detection and Tracking

We have developed a complete application capable of tracking multiple objects in an environment monitored by multiple cameras. The system has been specially developed to be applied to sport games...

We have developed a complete application capable of tracking multiple objects in an environment monitored by multiple cameras. The system has been specially developed to be applied to sport games, and it has been evaluated in a real association-football stadium. Multicamera integration enables us to compensate for bad measurements or occlusions in some cameras thanks to the other views it offers. The final algorithm has resulted in a more accurate system with a lower failure rate.

Network of excellence BIOSECURE (Biometrics for Secure Authentication)

FP6

FP6

MonAmi-Maintreaming on Ambient Intelligence

 
FP6 . We have developed a video-based monitoring system to detect abnormal activities such as falls at home.

 
FP6 . We have developed a video-based monitoring system to detect abnormal activities such as falls at home.

Key Technologies

Information and Communication Technologies

Assistive Technologies for elderly people and handicapped
Pattern Recognition and Artificial Neural Network algorithms for classification and recognition
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