Smart Surveillance Sensors

Tue, 24.05.2022, FHGR Chur

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Smart Surveillance Sensors

Smart sensors in doors or in public areas ubiquitously control our environment and let us pass effortlessly in and out of buildings or monitor available spaces e.g. for cars. Novel photonics sensors call for new solutions in automated area surveillance. High-resolution cameras or 3D imaging sensors provide the means to shift from pure object detection to higher-level depth perception, motion direction analysis, user monitoring and user identification. With increased computation power of single board computers, it is now possible to employ modern approaches for evaluation of 3D scenes. The Workshop aims at providing an overview on the present state of image analysis technology, stressing 3D object recognition using 3D image sensors. We will focus on challenges and perspectives of present and future applications.


Automatic sliding door

Intelligente Sensoren in Türen und in öffentlichen Bereichen kontrollieren allgegenwärtig unsere Umgebung und lassen uns mühelos Türen passieren oder den verfügbaren Raum überwachen, z.B. zur Suche von freien Parkplätzen. Neuartige photonische Sensoren erfordern neue Lösungen in der automatisierten Bereichsüberwachung. Hochauflösende Kameras sowie 3D-Bildsensoren bieten Mittel und Wege, um von der reinen Objekterkennung wegzukommen in Richtung Tiefenwahrnehmung, Bewegungsrichtungsanalyse, Benutzerüberwachung und Benutzeridentifikation. Mit zunehmender Rechenleistung von Einplatinencomputern ist es nun möglich, moderne Ansätze zur Auswertung von 3D-Szenen zu implementieren. Ziel des Workshops ist es, einen Überblick über den aktuellen Stand der Bildanalysetechnologie zu geben und dabei den Schwerpunkt auf die Erkennung von 3D-Objekten mithilfe von 3D-Bildsensoren zu legen. Wir werden uns auf Herausforderungen und Perspektiven gegenwärtiger und zukünftiger Anwendungen konzentrieren.

This workshop will be a forum for participants from industry and academia to share their experiences and discuss challenges and perspectives of current and future applications.
 

Showroom
We provide a table top exhibition reserved for the companies and institutions of the speakers and for other members of Swissphotonics (first come first served).


Cost
This workshop is free of charge

Registration compulsory
This Workshop is free of charge, but registration is required. The link is on top of the page. If you would like to register more than one participant, please fill for each an individual form.
Deadline for registration 16. May 2022


Program
10:15 Registration, Welcome Coffee
10:45 Welcome to the University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons
11:00 Introduction to the Workshop
11:10 Smart Surveillance Sensors Organizational remarks, lab tour
11:30 Visits to Labs and Showroom
12:30 Lunch
13:30 Lectures
14:50 Networking Break
15:20 Lectures
17:00 Apéro

Datum
Dienstag, 24. Mai 2022

Ort
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Fachhochschule Graubünden
Pulvermühlestrasse 57
7000 Chur
Anreise

Parkmöglichkeiten
Parkplatz Obere Au (9 min Fussweg bis zur FH Graubünden)

Sprache
English preferred

Supported by NTN Innovation Booster Photonics



Kontakt FHGR
Prof. Dr. Udo Birk
Head Advanced Training Technics, Institut for Photonics and Robotics (IPR) at The University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons, FHGR 7004 Chur

Kontakt Swissphotonics
Dr. Christoph S. Harder
Präsident Swissphotonics
+41 79 219 90 51

31. März 2022, Beni Muller + Iris Bollinger
Speakers
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Prof. Jürg Kessler; Rektor of the University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons, FHGR Chur, 7004 Chur GR
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Welcome to the University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons FHGR
Dr. Christoph S. Harder; President Swissphotonics, 8832 Wollerau
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Introduction to the Workshop, Moderation Introduction to Workshop_Harder
Prof. Dr. habil Udo Birk; Head Advanced Training Technics, Institut for Photonics and Robotics (IPR) at The University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons FHGR, 7004 Chur GR
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Smart surveillance sensors SmartSurveillanceSensors_Birk
Christian-Erik Thoeny; CEO CEDES Group, 7302 Landquart GR
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Products and market trends
Prof. Dr. Carlo Bach; AI and vision expert at The University of Applied Sciences OST Campus Buchs, 9471 Buchs SG
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Image processing for smart sensors at OST Image processing for smart sensors_Bach
Beat De Coi; Founder, CEO & President of the Board ESPROS Photonics Corporation EPC, 7320 Sargans SG
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3d camera as smart surveillance sensors 3D_Cameras_as_Smart_Sensors_deCoi
Dr. Selina Casutt; Swissmem, 8000 Zürich
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NTN Innovation Booster Photonics, Call for radical innovation NTN IB-P _ 3D Sensing_Casutt
Christoph Schlott; Senior Product Manager at BBC Bircher Smart Access, 8222 Beringen SH
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Advantages of 3D object-recognition in automatic access-sytems Advantages of 3D object-recognition in automatic access systems_Schlott
Dr. Oliver Saurer; CTO and Co Founder of Astrivis AG, 8057 Zürich
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Mobile 3D Reconstruction Mobile 3D Reconstruction 2022_Saurer
Dr. Andrea Dunbar; Group leader, Edge AI & Vision, CSEM SA, 2002 Neuchâtel
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Real Time Pilot Eye Gaze Tracking in Cockpits Real time pilot eye gaze tracking in cockpits_Dunbar (2)
Claude Florin; CEO and founder of Fastree3D SA, 1024 Ecublens VD
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Smart vision systems for intelligent automation Smart vision systems for intelligent automation_Florin
Ursin Solèr; Lecturer at The University of of Applied Sciences of the Grisons, Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter der FHGR Chur, 7004 Chur GR
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Eye saftey Swissphotonics Vortrag Augensicherheit 2022_Soler
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