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EoT

Title
Eyes of Things
Funding
EC | H2020 | IA
Call
H2020-ICT-2014-1
Contract (GA) number
643924
Start Date
2015/01/01
End Date
2018/06/30
Open Access mandate
yes
Data Pilot
no
Organizations
UCLM, MOVIDIUS LTD, AWAIBA, DFKI, NV, Evercam, FLUXGUIDE, THA-C&S
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  • Real-Time Head Pose Estimation Using Multi-variate RVM on Faces in the Wild

    Selim, Mohamed; Pagani, Alain; Stricker, Didier (2015)
    Projects: EC | EoT (643924)
    Various computer vision problems and applications rely on an accurate, fast head pose estimator. We model head pose estimation as a regression problem. We show that it is possible to use the appearance of the facial image as a feature which depicts the pose variations. We use a parametrized Multi-Variate Relevance Vector Machine (MVRVM) to learn the three rotation angles of the face (yaw, pitch, and roll). The input of the MVRVM is normalized mean pixel intensities of the face patches, and th...

    Pulga, a tiny open-source MQTT broker for flexible and secure IoT deployments

    Espinosa-Aranda, Jose Luis; Vallez, Noelia; Sanchez-Bueno, Carlos; Aguado-Araujo, Daniel; Bueno, Gloria; Deniz, Oscar (2015)
    Projects: EC | EoT (643924)
    The Eyes of Things (EoT) EU H2020 project envisages a computer vision platform that can be used both standalone and embedded into more complex artifacts, particularly for wearable applications, robotics, home products, surveillance etc. The core hardware will be based on a number of technologies and components that have been designed for maximum performance of the always-demanding vision applications while keeping the lowest energy consumption. An important functionality is to be able to comm...

    A Vision for the Future [Soapbox]

    Moloney, David; Suarez, Oscar Deniz (2015)
    Projects: EC | EoT (643924)

    Eyes of Things Project Presentation

    Deniz, Oscar (2015)
    Projects: EC | EoT (643924)
    Brief presentation of EU H2020 Innovation Action "Eyes of Things"

    Low-Cost Visually Intelligent Robots with EoT

    Moloney, David; Pena, Dexmont; Dunne, Aubrey; Dehghani, Alireza; Baugh, Gary; Caulfield, Sam; Lee, Kevin; Xu, Xiaofan; Müller, Maximilian; Gastaud, Remi; Vesa, Ovidiu; Deniz Suarez, Oscar; Espinosa Aranda, José Luis; Vallez Enano, Noelia (2016)
    Projects: EC | EoT (643924)
    This paper describes the development of a low-cost, low-power visual-intelligence and robotics platform based on the H2020 EoT (Eyes of Things platform) and the Movidius Myriad2 VPU (Vision Processing Unit), associated machine vision, communications and motor-control libraries and the Movidius Fathom deep-learning framework. The platform allows a variety of low-cost robots to be built using kits and programmed in micropython. The ultimate goal of the EoT robotics project, which is still in de...

    The eyes of things project

    Vallez, Noelia; Luis, Jose; Deniz, Oscar; Aguado-Araujo, Daniel; Bueno, Gloria; Sanchez-Bueno, Carlos (2015)
    Projects: EC | EoT (643924)

    Eyes of Things

    Deniz, Oscar; Vallez, Noelia; Espinosa-Aranda, Jose L.; Rico-Saavedra, Jose M.; Parra-Patino, Javier; Bueno, Gloria; Moloney, David; Dehghani, Alireza; Dunne, Aubrey; Pagani, Alain; Krauss, Stephan; Reiser, Ruben; Waeny, Martin; Sorci, Matteo; Llewellynn, Tim;... (2017)
    Projects: EC | EoT (643924)
    Embedded systems control and monitor a great deal of our reality. While some “classic” features are intrinsically necessary, such as low power consumption, rugged operating ranges, fast response and low cost, these systems have evolved in the last few years to emphasize connectivity functions, thus contributing to the Internet of Things paradigm. A myriad of sensing/computing devices are being attached to everyday objects, each able to send and receive data and to act as a unique node in the ...

    A Vision for the future

    Moloney, David; Deniz, Oscar (2015)
    Projects: EC | EoT (643924)
    For the past 40 years, computer scientists and engineers have been building technology that has allowed machine vision to be used in high value applications from factory automation to Mars rovers. However, until now the availability of computational power has limited the application of these technologies to niches with a strong enough need to overcome the cost and power hurdles. This is changing rapidly as the computational means have now become available to bring computer visi...

    Face Detection Speed Improvement using Bitmap-based Histogram of Oriented Gradients

    Dehghani, Alireza; Moloney, David; Xu, Xiaofan (2017)
    Projects: EC | EoT (643924)
    Since the Viola-Jones seminal work, the boosted cascade with simple features has become the most popular and effective approach for practical face detection. More improved face detectors that can handle uncontrolled face detection scenarios have achieved by applying more advanced features such as Histogram of oriented Gradients (HoG). The great improvement in accuracy delivered by these methods has been accompanied by a large increase in the computational burden, which limited adoption in emb...

    Fast Fight Detection

    Serrano Gracia, I; Deniz Suarez, O; Bueno Garcia, G; Kim, T-K (2015)
    Projects: EC | EoT (643924)
    Action recognition has become a hot topic within computer vision. However, the action recognition community has focused mainly on relatively simple actions like clapping, walking, jogging, etc. The detection of specific events with direct practical use such as fights or in general aggressive behavior has been comparatively less studied. Such capability may be extremely useful in some video surveillance scenarios like prisons, psychiatric centers or even embedded in camera phones. As a consequ...
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