• LIDAR point cloud classification

  • Terrain visualization

  • Medical imaging

  • Motion analysis

  • Augmented reality

  • Mobile devices development

  • Emergency management systems

  • Remote sensing

  • Stereoscopic vision

CTIM members participate in the R&D project “Smart Coast AI solutions for tourism 4.0”
Tuesday, 05 October 2021 11:20

CTIM members are participating in the project “Smart Coast AI solutions for tourism 4.0”  that is led by the company Qualitas Artificial Intelligence and Science (www.qaisc.com) with the collaboration of the hotels groups Anfi del Mar and Radisson Blu.The objective of “Smart Coast AI solutions for tourism 4...

Paper Published at IGARSS 2021
Monday, 19 July 2021 09:37

The paper, Framework for Statistical Nonlocal Means Noise Reduction in PolSAR Data, was presented in the recently celebrated IGARSS 2021. This is a joint work of researchers of CTIM, Dr. Kie Wu (Schoolof Computer Science, Shhanxi Normal University, China) and Prof. Alejandro Frery (School of Mathematics and Statistics, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand).IGARSS (International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium) conference, has been celebrated n Brussels (Belgium), 16-17 July, and it is considered as one of the most important conferences in Geoscience and Remote Sensing.

New collaboration with QAISC and PLOCAN in the framework of an R&D ecosystem in AI strategies
Monday, 12 July 2021 09:52

The CTIM member, Dr Nelson Monzón, has collaborated with the QAISC company (www.qaisc.com), one of our research partners, during the presentation to the PLOCAN (https://www.plocan.eu/en/) scientific and technical staff , a high-technology Hikvision coastal camera system which is applied to the observation and surveillance of the PLOCAN test site, the outer harbor of the Port of Las Palmas waters, the fishery and leisure Port of Taliarte and also the liquid bulk cargo terminal of Salinetas Port.The new network will be at the same time an essential element of the new AI SOLUTIONS BLUE ECONOMY LAB which PLOCAN, QAISC and our research center have started and which aims at developing and delivering in the near future a disrupting portfolio of AI solutions for the maritime safety & security, marine renewable energy, autonomous navigation and aquaculture sector. The coastal camera system is also part of the proposal that PLOCAN and QAISC have presented jointly to PORTS 4.0 which is the corporate open innovation model adopted by the Spanish State Port Authorities to attract, support and facilitate the application of talent and entrepreneurship to the Spanish public and private ports sector, within the context of 4th industrial revolution.Original post: https://www.plocan.eu/plocan-instala-camaras-de-alta-tecnologia-de-observacion-marina-en-el-nordeste-de-gran-canaria/

Participation in the SUMA event
Friday, 25 June 2021 15:17

Next June 29th, the SUMA event organized by the Parque Científico Tecnológico from the ULPGC will be held online. This event focuses on sharing experiences between the corporate sector and the research community. In this respect, the primary objectives are promoting research transfer and contributing to collaboration on innovation projects.Prof. Agustín Trujillo Pino, member of the Imaging Technology Center (CTIM), will attend the SUMA event. Prof. Trujillo will present a project about LIDAR point-clouds processing (under development currently), offering similar collaborations by sharing the acquired know-how.Service for LIDAR point-clouds analysis and processing:LIDAR (Laser Imaging Detection and Ranging) technology is an optic remote sensing technique, based on infrared laser light pulses emitted over a surface that, depending on the elapsed time to return the transmitter, allows defining the exact coordinates (x,y,z) of a dense point-cloud of the surface.Processing such a point-cloud, from LIDAR data, it is possible to obtain a tridimensional model of the surface which elements can be characterized, as well as to identify discontinuities or incongruous elements.The point cloud provided by LIDAR data comprises, apart from (x,y,z) coordinates, other additional features of such points. Nevertheless, to determine an image over the scanned surface, it is necessary to process LIDAR data by using information systems that allow recognizing each one of the elements on such a surface.In this regard, the service provided by the Imaging Technology Center (CTIM) is twofold. On the one hand, it involves the development of custom solutions that, based on Artificial Intelligence systems, allows to analyze and process LIDAR data, considering the type of application on which this technology has been used. And, on the other hand, the development of applications for the visualization and representation of the tridimensional models reconstructed from the processing of such data, obtaining a virtual image of the scanned element.You can find more information at this link.

Creation of the “Smart Coast AI Lab for tourism” where CTIM members have participated
Saturday, 05 June 2021 09:10

CTIM members has participated in the creation of the R&D ecosystem “Smart Coast AI Lab for tourism” with the aim of shaping the new value proposition “Smart Coast AI Solutions for intelligent tourism ”. This project is led by the R&D company Qualitas Artificial Intelligence & Science  with its partners

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