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14.11.2016

From the Vision 2016 fair in Stuttgart

perClass machine learning course for data scientistsLast week, we participated in the Vision Trade Fair in Stuttgart, Germany, the world’s leading machine vision event. It was our fourth exhibition and, by far, the most exciting.  While few years back, we had to explain what we mean by Machine Learning, today’s environment and public perception entirely changed.

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14.11.2016

October 2016 course

perClass machine learning course for R&D specialistsIn our October course, we have welcomed a group of 10 researchers from The Netherlands, Mexico and Germany. Participants brought in a lot of enthusiasm and interest especially in Deep Learning.

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05.07.2016

Philips course in Eindhoven

perClass machine learning course for data scientistsIn the week 27 June to 1 July, we gave perClass training course in the High-Tech Campus Eindhoven. We enjoyed a great group of Philips professionals working on very diverse projects such as hyperspectral imaging, wearable electronics and medical devices.

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14.04.2016

Spring’16 perClass course

perClass Machine Learning course for R&D specialistsLast week, we had our Spring 2016 course. This time we had a very nice group of professionals working on defect detection, high-throughput agricultural quality control and traffic vision applications such as license plate recognition. As all the applications were based on imaging, we put more attention to extraction of image features (both at the local level of image neighborhoods and at the level of segmented-out objects). As usual in perClass courses, the participants took first steps on their own problems. We also discussed Deep Learning approach and delved into the basic building blocks of convolutional neural networks. (0) Comments

21.02.2016

Traffic accident detections in tunnels

real-time acoustic accident detection with perClassIn a tunnel, a prompt detection of a traffic accident is crucial. It not only allows for an automatic help call, but it can also prevent more vehicles to enter and get involved. All this within seconds from the accident, way before any help could be on the location. Such alert system, based on acoustic signal processing, has being developed by Joanneum, the top Austrian research organization. perClass was selected as a platform to develop recognition algorithms and also as the real-time deployment solution processing the live data from microphone arrays.
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