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CVVT:E2M 2013 : Computer Vision in Vehicle Technology: From Earth To Mars 2013

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Link: http://www.cvc.uab.es/adas/cvvt2013/
 
When Dec 8, 2013 - Dec 8, 2013
Where Sydney, Australia
Submission Deadline Sep 5, 2013
Final Version Due Oct 11, 2013
Categories    computer vision   robot   vehicle   driving
 

Call For Papers

Computer Vision in Vehicle Technology: From Earth to Mars
International Workshop in Conjunction with ICCV 2013, Sydney, Australia

http://www.cvc.uab.es/adas/CVVT2013


IMPORTANT DATES
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Submission deadline 5th September 2013
Author notification 3rd October 2013
Camera-ready 11th October 2013
Workshop 8th December 2013

SCOPE AND OBJECTIVES
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Computer vision plays a key role in vehicle technology, some examples are advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), exploratory and service robotics, unmanned aerial vehicles and underwater robots. In addition to traditional applications such as lane departure warning, traffic object recognition, visual odometry or trajectory planning, new challenges are arising: learning and evaluation with reduced groundtruth/testing data, on-board calibration for multi-cameras, SLAM in natural scenarios, etc.

The goal of the 4th CVVT:E2M workshop is to get together researchers in computer vision for vehicular technologies, in order to and promote development and spreading of new ideas and results across the aforementioned fields. We invite the submission of original research contributions in computer vision addressed to:

- Autonomous navigation and exploration based on vision and 3D measurements
- Vision-based advanced driver assistance systems
- Vision-based underwater and unmanned aerial vehicles
- Visual driver monitoring and driver-vehicle interfaces
- On-board calibration of multi-camera acquisition systems (stereo rigs, multimodal, networks)
- Non-verbal and graphical information for long-distance exploration
- Performance evaluation in navigation, exploration and driver-assistance
- Machine learning techniques in visual navigation, exploration and driver-assistance

The workshop will also host an invited talk by Tomas Pajdla, from the Czech Technical University, on the outcomes of the PRoViDE Planetary Robotics FP7 project.

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
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General Chairs
David Gerónimo / KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Atsushi Imiya / IMIT, Chiba University, Japan

Program and Area Chairs
Antonio M. López / CVC and Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Theo Gevers / University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Urbano Nunes / University of Coimbra, Portugal
Dariu M. Gavrila / Daimler AG, Germany
Steven Beauchemin / University of Western Ontario, Canada

PRoViDE Chair
Tomas Pajdla / The Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic

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