About ROVIS

Computer vision and image processing are the main research areas of the Robust Vision and Control Laboratory (ROVIS Lab). The goal of the group is to extend the state-of-the-art in applied machine vision, especially taking into account challenges coming from service robotics and real-time vision. The group is active in topics such as robust and dynamic vision for complex scene understanding, cognitive active vision, simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) and real-time image processing.

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The long-term goal of our computer vision activities is based on integrating robust real-time visual capabilities into autonomous systems in order to give them the ability to reliably understand surrounding environments. Following current research trends, ROVIS Lab aims at developing stand-alone systems which can be used in visual 3D semantic perception and mapping. The usage of the processed visual information can thus be feed as input data to a broad spectrum of systems, ranging from autonomous robots that deal with navigation and object grasping to 3D scene reconstruction and semantic perception.

Contact

Assoc. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sorin Mihai Grigorescu
Department of Automation
Transilvania University of Brasov
Mihai Viteazu 5, Corp V, et. 3
500174 Brasov, Romania
Phone +40-268-418-836
s.grigorescu (AT) unitbv.ro
http://rovis.unitbv.ro