Join us at the next MRM with invited speaker MARCS MPhil candidate Sami El Arja as he discusses Neuromorphic Perception for Greenhouse Technology Using Event-based Vision Sensors.
NOTE: Please note this week's MRM is online only due to COVID.
Zoom ID: 839 6390 0819
11am-12pm - MARCS Research Meeting
Topic: Neuromorphic Perception for Greenhouse Technology Using Event-based Vision Sensors
Speaker: Sami El Arja
It is considered trivial for a human to locate and detect a ripened fruit in a dense and cluttered scene. Several attempts have been made to automate such a task using Lidars or RGB-D sensors, or both. However, these approaches have to deal with such high-dimensional data streams acquired and analysed at a fixed sampling frequency, limiting the temporal resolution of the data and the amount of information processed. An event-based vision sensor is used to address these limitations, which only acquire and process information when an observed quantity changes in an asynchronous way. This talk will present an event-based architecture capable of extracting robust and discriminative unsupervised features and classify objects per pixels in cluttered and dense scenes.
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The zoom ID is: 839 6390 0819
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Link to zoom https://uws.zoom.us/j/83963900819?pwd=bDl5cVVkQWV2d1g4R2xaRFBtYTJiQT09