Next Wednesday we will attend the 12th International Conference on Quality Control by Artificial Vision which will be held at the University of Burgundy in Le Creusot, France from June 3 – 5, 2015. It is organized by the Le2i UMR 6306 laboratory.
Our expert veterinarian Elena Vizcaíno will describe how we apply the technology of thermography on our farms in the speech titled: ‘Applications of thermography in animal production‘. Thermography analysis allows to the technician to detect where the temperature and energy losses occur, and report the necessary improvements to save energy costs and improve animal health. (Read more about this service in PigCHAMP Pro Europa)
The International Conference on Quality Control by Artificial Vision (QCAV) provides a forum for university, government laboratory, and industrial researchers to present and discuss innovative concepts and methods for improving the quality and efficiency of industrial processes, Computer Aided Diagnosis through artificial vision and image processing.
Artificial vision relates to the application of computers, sensors, methods, and networks to view and interpret the world through the “eyes” of a machine. Research and development in artificial vision has made tremendous strides over the last decade with the availability of high-speed, low cost computer systems, high-density, high fidelity vision sensors, and advanced internetworking capabilities such as those provided by the world wide web. Many advances in manufacturing/Medical diagnosis/Medical screening/ have required tremendous corresponding advances in metrology, inspection, and data interpretation for process characterization and control that rely on the fundamental methods and technologies of artificial vision.
Access to the International Conference QCAV website