Announcements


17 April 2017

We are always looking for sharp and talented students who have a passion for machine vision and stochastic signal processing. If you are one of them, contact me and we may be able to provide you with a PhD scholarship.


1 March 2017

Check out our conference ICCAIS2017 that will be held in Thailand during Oct 31 - Nov 3, 2017. The papers are indexed by all major indexing databases such as Scopus and IEEExplore.

In a project funded by the Australian Meat Processors Corporation (AMPC), we have developed a fully automated animal inspection and cleaning station using machine vision. The station is equipped with a number of valves that are controlled by a machine vision system.


Watch the system operating on itself:

Here you see how it operates in presence of the animal:

In a project co-funded by the Australian Research Council (ARC) and Flexible Drives Agency Pty Ltd (FDA), we have developed various machine vision technologies for improved safety and driver assist for industrial forklifts.


In the example below, a cheap RGB-D sensor (Microsoft Kinect) is used to detect and track workers wearing high-vis vests, and returning their distances from the sensor:

We also developed a novel track-before-detect solution using labeled multi-Bernoulli (LMB) filter that fuses colour and geometric information to detect and track people wearing high-vis vests in industrial environments.


Here is are examples demonstrating how the method works in various scenarios: