[robotics-worldwide] SYROCO 2012 Special Session on Computer Vision Systems for Robots and Vehicles

ssegvic sinisa.segvic at fer.hr
Mon Feb 13 05:45:06 PST 2012


Dear colleagues,

We would like to draw your attention to the
SYROCO Special Session on Computer Vision Systems
for Robots and Vehicles, to be held at Dubrovnik,
Croatia on 5-7 September 2012.

Conference website: http://www.syroco2012.org/


Aims and Scope

Vision is an extremely important sense for robots
and vehicles, providing detailed information
about the environment. A visual cognitive system
should be able to detect objects reliably and
provide an accurate representation of the world
to higher-level processes. The vision system must
also be highly efficient, allowing a robot or a
vehicle to respond quickly to a changing
environment. Algorithmic complexity is therefore
constrained, introducing a trade-off between
processing time and the quality of the
information acquired. The aim of the invited
session is to present latest research efforts
in the area of visual cognitive systems for
robots and vehicles. Topics of interest include,
but are not limited to:

* Recognition and categorization of objects, scenes, and actions;
* Grasping, manipulation, and navigation;
* Advanced driver assistance systems;
* Embedded computer vision systems for autonomous robots and vehicles.


Paper Submission

All paper submissions should be carried out
through the official conference manuscript
management system (choose SYROCO 2012):

http://ifac.papercept.net/

The deadline for online paper submission for this
special session is on 15 March 2012.
http://www.syroco2012.org/schedule.html


Organizers

Sven Loncaric, Zoran Kalafatic, Sinisa Segvic
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing,
University of Zagreb, Croatia
E-mail: sven.loncaric at fer.hr




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