ACPR 2019 Workshop on Computer Vision for Modern Vehicles

Country: New Zealand

City: Auckland

Abstr. due: 05.08.2019

Dates: 25.11.19 — 29.11.19

Area Of Sciences: Technical sciences;

Organizing comittee e-mail: imiya AT

Organizers: N3T - New Zealand's Transport Technology Testbed


The workshop will focus on new and improved methods, techniques, and applications of Computer Vision for Modern Vehicles. A previous issue of this workshop has been held at Wuhan, China (2017). This third issue is being held with ACPR2019 at Auckland, New Zealand.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together engineers and scientists from academia, industry and government to exchange results and ideas for future applications of Computer Vision for Modern Vehicles.

Computer vision for modern vehicles gave researchers access to camera technologies for wide-ranging applications in the automotive industry. Computer vision-based driver assistance is an emerging technology, in both the automotive industry and academia. Despite the existence of some commercial safety systems such as night vision, adaptive cruise control, and lane departure warning systems, we are at the beginning of a long research pathway towards a future generation of intelligent vehicles.
Call for Papers

    Topic 1:Low-level vision and image processing, image/video denoising, image enhancement, image super-resolution.
    Topic 2:Stereo vision, 3D computer vision.
    Topic 3:Recognition: detection, categorization, indexing and matching, motion and tracking
    Topic 4:Deep Learning, statistical methods and learning.
    Topic 5:Automated vehicles with and without pilot/driver, partial vehicle automation.
    Topic 6:Video: events, activities and surveillance (e.g. at road intersections).
    Topic 7:Driver monitoring, driver human factors and personalization
    Topic 8:Vision and environment perception, vision based ADAS.


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