Our paper Object Detection for Random Bin Picking using Point Pair Features has been accepted for the 2nd International Workshop on Recovering 6D Object Pose at the 14th European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV2016) – Amsterdam, The Netherlands (October 8-16).
The final user group meeting was held Tuesday, September 27th. The handouts have been added to the ‘documents’ section.
We regret to inform that due to unexpected circumstances, the AAA Vision 2016 Symposium has been cancelled. All participants will be contacted by email in the upcoming days and all prepaid subscriptions will be fully refunded.
Despite some technical challenges, we had a great time at the Amazon Picking Challenge 2016. Our team, Applied Robotics, ended 12th in both the stowing and picking challenge. We had a lot of interesting discussions with both the other participating teams and visitors. We hope to participate again next year at RoboCup 2017 in Nagoya, Japan.
A demo and small competition was held at RoboBusiness (June 1-3 2016, Odense, Denmark)
- We will attend RoboBusiness Europe ( in Odense, Denmark. June 1st-3rd) to demonstrate our Amazon Picking Challenge setup and compete against Team Delft to assess our progress.
- Many companies involved in RaPiDo will be exhibiting at the Vision, Robotics & Mechatronics 2016 tradefair ( Veldhoven, The Netherlands, June 1st-2nd ), so it is definately worth a visit!
- Our paper “Point Pair Feature based Object Detection for Random Bin Picking” will presented at the 13th Conference on Computer and Robot Vision (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada) on June 2nd.
- EAVISE, the Embedded Artificially Intelligent VISion Engineering research group of KU Leuven, organizes
AAA Vision 2016 on September 13th 2016, a symposium where academic and industrial vision & AI partners
meet. The goal is to facilitate technology transfer of newly developed intelligent computer vision algorithms
towards innovative industrial applications.
Two recent state-of-the-art intelligent vision applications are presented: random bin picking for industrial
robots and autonomous navigation of drones. Results of recent research projects will be presented, as well
as success stories of their introduction into real industrial applications.
A large collection of astounding demos from academic researchers and innovative companies will show the
potential of the newest developments in image processing and artificial intelligence technology.
The paper “Point Pair Feature based Object Detection for Random Bin Picking” we submitted to the 13th Conference on Computer and Robot Vision (Victoria, British Columbia. June 1-3, 2016) was accepted for publication.
The fifth user group meeting was held on March 24th at 13.30h in Sint-Katelijne-Waver. Handouts are available in the ‘documents’ section.
The 4th RaPiDo user group meeting was held December 14th at ACRO. Presentation hand-outs are available in the ‘documents’ section.
The 3rd user group was held on June 25th. The presented slideshow can be find in the ‘documents’ section.