|Panoramic visit to the
Laboratory of Computer Vision
|Teaching pages (bachelor and master degree)|
- Machine vision camera systems - image acquisition, processing and analysis, machine learning algorithms in classification tasks, SLAM, object and pattern recognition.
- Industrial camera systems - inspection systems, non-contact measuring devices, dimensions and shape inspection.
- Traffic camera systems - traffic monitoring, traffic surveillance systems, offences detection, advanced driver assistance systems, autonomous vehicles and self-driving techniques.
- Specialized SW and HW design - PC/IPC solutions, embedded devices, FPGA/DSP platforms (NVidia Tesla, Xilinx Spartan/Virtex).
- Laboratory measurements - optical properties, spectroscopy, thermovision measurements, active and passive triangulation techniques, precise microscopic measurements.
- Scientific and technical reports - feasibility reports, technical assessment, contractual research, (inter)national grants and project.
- Processing of Multidimensional Signals (bachelor study programme) - image acquisition, processing and analysis.
- Robotics and Computer Vision (bachelor study programme) - practical issues of robotics and image processing with final competition of self-made robots.
- PC Subsystems (bachelor study programme) - hardware for image processing tasks, PC/IPC architecture, FPGA/DSP and embedded devices.
- Practical Programming in C++ (bachelor study programme) - practical programming in C/C++ language.
- Computer Vision (master study programme) - physics (optics) of image acquisition, image processing and analysis, objects detection and shape reconstruction.
- Recognition (master study programme) - advanced techniques of computer vision, object recognition and tracking.
- Machine Learning (master study programme) - machine learning concepts, supervised/unsupervised/semi-supervised learning.
History of the Computer Vision Group dates back to 1989, when first experiments with image acquisition and processing were realized (led by Assoc. Prof. Honec). As a matter of form Group of Computer Vision was established in 1991 when teaching and research activities were started in a newly built-up computer vision laboratory.
Nowadays, the Computer Vision Group at the Brno University of Technology is a significant player in computer vision of industrial and traffic systems. CVG team is primarily interested in the applied research, for example in domains of exact industrial measuring, three-dimensional shape reconstruction, stereo photogrammetry, autonomous traffic systems, shape and motion analysis, object recognition and many other parts in computer vision area. CVG is also very successful group in research and implementation of autonomous industrial vision systems as you can persuade in the section of solved industrial projects.