奥克兰理工大学 Reinhard Klette 教授讲座通知
时间:2017-6-19 16:02:32   阅读:   标签: 计算机学院 研究生 自主驾驶 计算机视觉

报告时间:623号(星期五)14:00—18:00

报告题目:Towards Autonomous Driving: Vision-based Driver Assistant Systems

报告地点:活动中心427

人:Reinhard Klette, AUT, Auckland, New Zealand

主要内容:

The talk will discuss computer vision challenges in the context of vision-based driver assistant systems, certainly one of the most difficult, but also most dynamically developing areas of current 3D image analysis. Car companies started in about 1995 to add vision solutions into their top-end models, and have now autonomously driving models on the road. Questions to be answered are as follows: What may happen next in front of the car, at the location where the ego-vehicle is expected to be in the next few seconds? How far can we understand a complex environment, as defined by traffic scenarios, by stereo vision or by using just a single camera? Various computer-vision modules have reached the state of being robust under various conditions (e.g. for lane analysis, driver monitoring, or distance calculation). A new quality of tasks is now defined by creating combined solutions for the better understanding of traffic related events. The talk informs about current work in the .enpeda.. project at Auckland University of Technology (AUT), Centre for Robotics & Vision (CeRV), directed on adaptive and intelligent solutions for vision-based driver assistance or autonomous driving. The talk also reports about the use of an extensive testbed for autonomous vehicles currently established North of Auckland.

讲者简介:

Prof. Reinhard Klette (Auckland University of Technology, Fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand) made significant contributions to digital geometry and computer vision.  He is the director of the Centre for Robotics & Vision (CeRV). In 2003 he co-authored the first comprehensive monography on digital geometry. He has become internationally renouned for his work in vision-based driver assistance since 2006, with important contributions on performance evaluation and improvements of correspondence algorithms (for stereo matching and optical flow) on real-world video data, supporting, for example, 3D scene reconstruction from a mobile platform. In 2008 he co-authored a research monograph on panoramic vision, in 2011 a research monograph on shortest paths in Euclidean spaces, and in 2017 a research monograph on vision-based driver assistance. His book entitled Concise Computer Vision has been published by Springer, London (UK), in 2014. He was an Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence between 2001 and 2008. He is a steering committee member of the biennial conferences on Computer Analysis of Images and Patterns and of the Pacific-Rim Symposium on Image and Video Technology. Professor Klette supervised 27 PhD students (several of those from China) to the successful completion of their PhD program.

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