Artisense @ICCV in Seoul
At ICCV, one of the most prestigious computer vision conferences around the globe, we presented our hand-held localization demo. Next to our Founder & CEO Andrej Kulikov, Maolin Gao, one of our researchers was in Seoul, as well as, business representatives who were taking customer orders and collecting feedback. “The week at ICCV in Korea helped us to get in touch with potential customers and to understand their needs & problems in more detail. We also got very positive feedback for our live-demo and a lot of interest from talent”, summarizes Kulikov.
ICCV allowed us to showcase our state-of-the-art computer vision, localization & mapping solutions to a global audience of industry experts and academia. Aside from the live demo, we showed Visual-Inertial Navigation System (VINS) providing re-localization on a global map, as well as, a real-time positioning in a multi-level parking garage. With these demos, we were able to demonstrate the benefit of our camera-based localization system that combines several means of localization and different sensor modalities to deliver high integrity and robustness in any environment - from urban canyons to parking garages and tunnels, or even shopping malls.
Artisense on stage
In persona of our Co-Founder and CSO Prof. Dr. Daniel Cremers Artisense was also present on one of the stages. His invited talk “Direct Visual SLAM for Autonomous Systems” in the ICCV Workshop “Autonomous Driving” attracted not only a big audience. Daniel also had lots of interesting follow-up conversations.
ICCV is the premier international computer vision event comprising the main conference and several co-located workshops and tutorials. With its high quality and low cost, it provides an exceptional value for students, academics and industry researchers. More information can be found here.