Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR)

Boston, MA

Starts: Sunday June 7, 2015
Ends: Friday June 12, 2015
http://www.pamitc.org/cvpr15/

Description

Join Kitware in Boston at CVPR 2015!

Kitware will be attending and exhibiting at this year's IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR). Look for us at the below events:

  • Kitware's Computer Vision Booth
  • "Open Source Structure-from-Motion" Tutorial
  • Invited talk on "Visual Profiling: Social Media and Surveillance for Commercial Intelligence"
  • Poster on "Collaborative Computer Vision R&D" at the Fourth Annual VIEW Workshop!

CVPR is the premier international computer vision conference drawing attendees from academia and industry. The conference provides opportunities to learn more about computer vision and participate in workshops, tutorials, networking, and conference sessions.

Kitware is actively involved each year through papers, tutorials, workshops, and as a conference sponsor. Many of our computer vision experts will be in attendance this year and would be pleased to schedule a meeting to sit down and discuss computer vision applications and future growth, as well as employment opportunities within Kitware. Please reach out to us through kitware@kitware.com to set up an appointment!

KITWARE IS EXHIBITING!

The booth will highlight Kitware's area of expertise through live demonstrations and one-on-one discussions relating to potential collaboration, consulting services, and employment opportunities within the Kitware Computer Vision Team.

Be on the lookout for demos on:

  • Video Tracking
  • Event and Activity Detection
  • Content Based Video Retrieval in Surveillance and Social Multimedia
  • Super Resolution

Teasers include Social Multimedia Query Toolkit (SMQTK) and our robust aerial and ground tracking capabilities. Please click on KWIVER below!

Don't forget to check out our open-source toolkit for video analytics, the KitWare Image and Video Exploitation and Retrieval (KWIVER) Toolkit located at www.kwiver.org. Many of our capabilities are included in this toolkit, and the toolkit will continually be updated with new capabilities as they become open source!

COME BE A PART OF OUR TEAM!

Kitware is a fantastic work environment filled with organizational and individual growth and the opportunity to utilize and build upon your computer vision expertise. We promote research and development and embrace a teaming environment filled with hard work and fun!

We have immediate need for the following positions:

  • Computer Vision Researcher
  • Computer Vision Software Developer

Please speak with one of our Kitwarean's in attendance or visit our jobs site!

SUNDAY JUNE 7th: IT'S TUTORIAL TIME!
OPEN SOURCE STRUCTURE-FROM-MOTION (SfM)

In collaboration with Google, Foxel SA, GA Tech, and Aldebaran, this full-day tutorial will provide a hands-on introduction to using open-source software for solving SfM estimation problems from imagery and video.

Enjoy a teaser on Kitware's Motion-imagery Aerial Photogrammetry Toolkit (MAP-TK):

Presenters include:

  • Matt Leotta: Kitware (MAP-Tk)
  • Sameer Agarwal: Google (Ceres Solver)
  • Frank Dellaert: GA Tech (GTSAM)
  • Pierre Moulon: Foxel SA (OpenMVG)
  • Vincent Rabaud: Aldebaran - Softbank Group (OpenCV)

Visit the tutorial web page for a more detailed description!

THURSDAY JUNE 11th (10:30-11:45) DON'T FORGET OUR POSTER at the VIEW WORKSHOP!
Kitware: Collaborative Computer Vision R&D

Kitware will present our poster at the VIEW 2015: Fourth Annual Vision Industry and Entrepreneur Workshop. We will provide details on computer vision expertise at Kitware including key capabilities, customers, and collaborators. We will also demonstrate our open-source computer vision platform, KWIVER! KWIVER helps the community by providing computer vision and video analytics that tackle challenging image and video analysis problems.

THURSDAY JUNE 11th (3:30-5:00) KITWARE HAS BEEN INVITED TO SPEAK AT THE LSVisCom WORKSHOP!
Come sit in and listen to our discussion on "Visual Profiling: Social Media and Surveillance for Commercial Intelligence" where we will highlight how computer vision can be used to provide intelligence worldwide on everyday events!

Kitware Computer Vision Experts Attending
Matt Leotta, Arslan Basharat, Matt Dawkins, Matt Turek, Zhaohui Harry Sun, and Anthony Hoogs


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