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Visual analysis and perception

The research group works with creating algorithms that automatically understand the content of an image or video.

Research group

Visual analysis and perception

The research group works with creating algorithms that automatically understand the content of an image or video.

Research 

Key research areas 

The research group focuses on Computer Vision & AI/Machine Learning. Originally with a special focus on people.

Today we work with many different application areas, including:

  • Surveillance
  • Human-Robot interaction
  • Machine learning
  • Inspections
  • Robotic welfare technology
  • Computer vision in sports
  • Quality control
  • People tracking systems
  • Motion capture technology

Research focus 

The overall aim of the research done by the Visual Analysis and Perception research group is to make robots and automatic systems smarter, better and faster. 

Education 

Study related activities 

The members of the VAP research group teach a number of different topics, including:

  • Computer vision
  • Machine learning
  • Deep learning
  • Image processing
  • Image analysis
  • Automatic perception
  • Robotics
  • Sensing
  • Camera technology

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Collaboration 

Who benefits from the research 

The research is potentially of interest to all industries where robotics and automation are relevant.

External partners  

Over the years, the VAP group has worked with a large number of companies and organisations. Selected current collaborations: Milestone Systems, LEGO, B&O, TinyMobileRobots, Envidan, Danish Crown. 

Key projects 

ASIR

Project with TinyMobileRobots to develop robotic sewerage inspection solutions.

The safe harbour project

Project supported by TrygFonden that aims at using thermal cameras and intelligent software to detect and prevent accidents and deaths in harbours.

EXOTIC

Project that aims at developing an assistive personal exoskeleton that can be controlled using tongue movements.

Contact

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Research group head
Professor Thomas B. Moeslund,
+45 2834 3530
tbm@create.aau.dk
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