Research

DeVisOR

The project DeVisOR – ‘Detection and Visualization of Unexploded Ordnance Risks’ – is concerned with the analysis of historic air photos (images) with the overall goal of detecting unexploded bombs. This work is performed by the Luftbilddatenbank Dr. Carls GmbH, Vienna. In the DeVisOR project interactive software tools are developed that will support the work … Continue reading DeVisOR

wellbeing

Optimizing the Workplace of ELderly Laborers: BE IN Good health! Most jobs require older adults (55+) to sit for eight hours (or even longer) while performing their tasks. In combination with not ergonomically designed working places and only little exercising, severe health problems can arise. Wellbeing offers a holistic platform, combining physical exercises, workplace ergonomics, … Continue reading wellbeing

The Profiler

The project is positioned between the conflicting poles of the increasing flood of digital images and the skilful use of media of 10 to 15 year olds on the one hand and their lack of awareness for the chances, risks and responsibilities in handling personal data online and alarming trends as “sexting” or “cybermobbing” on … Continue reading The Profiler

EnterTrain

In EnterTrain, new, innovative technology for sensing relevant mobility and gaming characteristics of individuals is used to drive a personalized gaming platform that serves the needs of the end-users in their private homes and increases their quality of life. Interoperability with existing AAL systems and services is guaranteed by relying on open standards and a … Continue reading EnterTrain

AutoFLOW

    Automation of Flow Cytometric Analysis for Quality-Assured Follow-up Assessment to Guide Curative Therapy for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia in Children Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL) is the most frequent leukaemia entity in children and adolescents. About 15-20% of paediatric patients with the disease still suffer from relapse. Flow cytometry (FCM) is one of the methodologies most … Continue reading AutoFLOW

PCB DSLR Dataset

The PCB DSLR dataset is meant to facilitate research on computer-vision-based Printed Circuit Board (PCB) analysis, with a focus on recycling-related applications. The dataset contains 748 images of PCBs from a recycling facility, captured under representative conditions using a professional DSLR camera. All images come with accurate PCB segmentation information as well as bounding box information … Continue reading PCB DSLR Dataset