The research group VISLab (Vision and SMART sensors Lab) has the main focus on safety related to public and private locations, objects and people. The research activity is dedicated to real-time and multisensory monitoring of actions/interactions taking place in complex situations. The research group deals with: signal and image processing, RGB-D processing, data fusion, 3D object recognition, gesture tracking and recognition. The fields of application are:
Multisensory and Multimodal processing, Distributed Wired/Wireless Sensor
Networks, Transmission Architectures and Techniques, Data Fusion, Advanced
Signal and Image Processing, Computer Vision, Range Image Processing, 3D
Object Recognition, Gesture Recognition, Action Recognition.
Development of innovative systems for:
The research group VISLab released various software frameworks for real scenario surveillance, fully operational:
All the applications are developed entirely within the VISLab with no use of external software libraries, constituting an original work in terms of ability of implementation of both software techniques and processing knowledge. The framework is structured as a comprehensive library for image processing with a core, which includes the basic functionalities. The work is implemented in C++, following the object oriented paradigms of re-usability, scalability and optimization for high performances.
Original algorithms for 2D image and 3D Point Cloud Processing have been developed with multi-thread support, providing a suitable software system for interfacing with multisensory network.