• Augmented reality

  • Mobile devices development

  • Emergency management systems

  • Stereoscopic vision

  • Motion analysis

  • Terrain visualization

CTIM Lens Distortion Correction work in Press
Monday, 03 March 2014 16:07

CTIM Researchers Miguel Alemán Flores, Luis Alvarez, Luis Gómez and Daniel Santana Cedrés have recently published the paper entitled  "Line detection in images showing significant lens distortion and application to distortion correction" in the Journal of Pattern Recognition Letters. This paper has been highlighted by the ULPGC Communication Service and the  

CTIM work highlighted by DiarioGol
Thursday, 13 February 2014 20:52

Researchers from the CTIM have been working on digital video processing techniques, particulary on football videos. They have proposed new methods for line detection, camera calibration and augmented reality. The digital newspaper DiarioGol has published a report about that work (click here)...

A CTIM work in SINC news
Saturday, 08 February 2014 19:25

The work Camera Calibration in Sport Even Scenarios, developed by CTIM researchers and recently published in the journal Pattern Recognition, has been highlighted by SINC news. SINC Agency (Servicio de Información y Noticias Científicas) is a scientific news public service supported by FECYT (Fundación Española para la Ciencia Y Tecnología). This service is specialized in information about science, technology and innovation in Spain. A report about one of the latest works of CTIM has been published by SINC here.

Graduation of New PhD, Extraordinary Award and Best Thesis Prize
Tuesday, 28 January 2014 15:01

On Saturday, 25th January, took place the Academic Ceremony of Investiture of new PhD. Pedro Henríquez Castellano, a member of the AMI group. He won the Extraordinary Doctorate Award and the Best Thesis Prize for the Engineering and Architecture field. His awarded research work, "Digital video processing", was supervised by Professor Luis Alvarez León...

SIG group is now known as AIIS
Monday, 28 October 2013 08:43

The CTIM group formerly known as SIG has changed its name to AIIS (Image Analysis and Software Engineering), in order to reflect its subjects of research in a more precise manner. All the scientific material that has been produced within the SIG group over the years will be inherited by AIIS, hence it will still be available online in our site.

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