Machine vision is pervasive in industrial applications since the early years of automation, with decades of successful stories associated with a variety of relevant tasks such as quality control, robotic pick & place and AGVs. With respect to general purpose computer vision, industrial machine vision is usually characterized by a more structured environment (controlled lighting conditions, 3D models of target objects) as well as stronger constraints in terms of real-time image processing, robustness, and reliability. With the advancement in sensing and computational resources we are experiencing in the last years, we see potential for further automation in industry providing new opportunities in many fields of research.
While the interest is extremely high from industrial stakeholders and academic industrial engineers, witnessed by many events like forums and exhibitions, there is no dedicated event within the academic computer science community. As a result, we experience an unprecedented misalignment between the hot topics in major computer vision conferences and the actual industrial needs. In this Industrial Session we will bring together researchers and practitioners in industrial engineering and computer science interested in industrial machine vision to overview the state of the art and identify the most promising research lines. We welcome contributions involving traditional and non-conventional vision (e.g. IR and X-ray), visual inspection, real-time computer vision, 3D reconstruction and vision for robotics, etc..
...to show recent advancements in research projects on industrial applications and new tecnologies suitable for industrial environments.
...to bring an applicative point of view on the state of the practice in industry and take inspiration for their use cases.
...to present the state of the art on technologies and case studies, and challenge researchers and engineers with open problems.
Companies can contribute to the industrial session either with scientific papers and/or with a demo booth to show their applications. Demo booths for funded research projects are also available. Do not hesitate to contact us here.
|09.10-09.40||Keynote: Computer Vision Research for Industrial Applications (Franz Tschimben, Innovision)|
|Boosting Object Recognition in Point Clouds by Saliency Detection (Marlon Marcon, Federal University of Technology - Paranà)|
|Hand gesture recognition for collaborative workstations: a smart command system prototype (Cristina Nuzzi, University of Brescia)|
|Advanced Moving Camera Object Detection (Giuseppe Spampinato, ST Microelectronics)|
|6D Pose Estimation for Industrial Applications (Federico Cunico, University of Verona)|
|Intelligent Recognition of TCP Intrusions For Embedded Micro-controllers (Emanuele Plebani, ST Microelectronics)|
|11.30-12.00||Keynote: The role of Computer Vision in LEAN manufacturing (Andrea Fornasier, Lean Experience Factory & Daniele Fornasier, beanTech)|
|In-line burr inspection through backlight vision (Matteo Fitti, Università Politecnica delle Marche)|
|Segmentation Guided Scoring of Pathological Lesions in Swine Through CNNs (Simone Calderara, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia)|
|Grain Segmentation in Atomic Force Microscopy for Thin-Film Deposition Quality Control (Nicolò Lanza, University of Verona)|
|14.30-15.10||Keynote: Machine Learning in Industry 4.0 (Paolo Bosetti, University of Trento)|
|15.10-16.20||Companies presentations — see here for an overview of the companies|