The 12th International Conference on Computer Vision Systems (ICVS 2019) took place in Thessaloniki, Greece, on 23-25 September 2019.
Skel Lab (IIT, NCSR Demokritos) with Christos Sevastopoulos, Katerina-Maria Oikonomou and Stasinos Konstantopoulos participated with a poster presentation under the title “Improving Traversability Estimation through Autonomous Robot Experimentation”
The Conference aimed to gather researchers and developers from both academia and industry worldwide and to explore the state of the art and the prospects of computer vision systems. The perspective on systems that ICVS historically has, offered a unique opportunity for sharing competence in application development and for elaborating on challenging application-driven research questions.
In this context, ICVS 2019 focused on key application areas for advanced computer vision systems, including but not limited to robotics, healthcare and assisted living and surveillance.
As in the previous conferences, the ICVS 2019 proceedings will be submitted for publication to Springer, Lecture Notes in Computer Science.
Along with the main technical program, ICVS 2019 hosted a series of workshops focusing on challenging computer vision applications, as well as a tutorial and an exhibition and brought together academics, researchers and industrial players working in computer vision to socialize and network together, presented their research progress and addressed new challenges in the field.