Bobbie project summary published in “AT Aandrijftechniek” journal
PR Sys Design continuously participates in different research activities. One of the recent efforts was the “Bobbie” project aiming at development of service robot platform. Unlike industrial robots, service robots interact with people and therefore need sophisticated perception and scene understanding capabilities. Our part in the project was development of pattern recognition algorithms for tasks such as real-time gender classification.
The “AT Aandrijftechniek” article summarizes the Bobbie project (in Dutch).
4.1 version released with new scalable mixture classifier and crisp-combiners
Happy to announce the 4.1 release that brings number of improvements including the new fast C implementation of Gaussian mixture classifier scalable to tens of thousands of samples and support for crisp combination of classifier decisions. Read more
5th edition of perClass Course for R&D specialists
The 5th edition of the perClass Course for R&D specialists took place in Delft in the week 28.October to 1.November. Read more.
4.0 release brings database support and fast neural network
Happy to announce perClass 4.0 release availability. It support for SQL databases, nominal features, fast neural network and much more!
perClass for Raspberry Pi
Demos at Delft Robotics Symposium
We have presented several industrial demos showing real-time quality control and gender classification at Delft Robotics Symposium. Read more.
Autumn perClass course scheduled for 28 October to 1 November 2013
The autumn perClass course is scheduled for the week 28 October to 1 November in Delft, The Netherlands.
Spring perClass course will take place in Delft on 11-15 March 2013
The spring perClass course is scheduled for the week 11-15 March. More details and registration is available here.
perClass 3.4 brings custom feature extractors for images and more
EU Commissioner Neelie Kroes visit
We held a short presentation for Neelie Kroes, European Commissioner for Digital Agenda, during her visit in yesDelft. Neelie was interested in our focus and we discussed the gap between academic knowledge of pattern recognition and practical needs of industry building smart solutions.