Industrial Visionday, Wednesday May 11, 2011

Organizations, companies, universities and other institutions with an interest in industrial vision are invited to join a presentation and demonstration day Wednesday May 11 at DTU. All participants are welcome to exhibit equipment or posters.

The Industrial Visionday is organised by DTU Informatics


DTU Informatics
Richard Petersens Plads, Building 308
DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby
Getting to DTU Informatics

Conference chair

Jens Michael Carstensen
Ph. +45 4525 3412
jmc 'at'


Registration for the Industrial Visionday can be done here no later than April 29. The registration fee includes participation in the lectures, exhibition, proceedings, refreshments, and lunch.
For members of the Danish Automation Society (DAu), the Danish Robotics Society (DIRA), the Danish Biomedical Society (DMTS), the Danish Pattern Recognition Society (DSAGM), the Danish Remote Sensing Society (DSTM), International Game Developers Association (IGDA), the Danish Optical Society (DOPS) and Øresund IT Academy a reduced fee is applicable.


08.00 Registration, exhibition, demonstrations, coffee, and rolls
09.00 Welcome and introduction
  Professor Knut Conradsen, DTU Informatics
Session I 3D vision
09.10 3D vision: matching technologies and practical applications
  Johannes Hiltner, MVTec
09.50 A new 3D scanning system
  Dr. Henrik Öjelund, 3Shape
10.20 Poster teasers
10.40 Coffee, exhibition, demonstrations
Session II Vision systems on the track
11.10 Condition based maintenance of brake pads for intercity trains
  CEO Jørgen Læssøe, JLI vision
11.35 PantoInspect – a laser-vision system for inspection of pantographs
  CEO Hans Steenberg, Image House
12.00 Lunch, exhibition, demonstrations
Session III Photonics and machine vision
13.30 Wavelength conversion based spectral imaging
There has been a strong, application driven development of Si-based cameras and spectrometers for imaging and spectral analysis of light in the visible and near infrared spectral range. This has resulted in very efficient devices, with high quantum efficiency, good signal to noise ratio and high resolution for this spectral region. Today, an increasing number of applications exists outside the spectral region covered by Si-based devices, e.g. within cleantech, medical or food imaging. We present a technology based on wavelength conversion which will extend the spectral coverage of state of the art visible or near infrared cameras and spectrometers to include other spectral regions of interest.
  Jeppe Seidelin Dam, DTU Photonics
14.00 Spectral sub-surface light scattering – what can you measure?
  Otto H. A. Nielsen, DTU Informatics
14.30 Extraction of seed sorting parameters through image analysis
  Ole Thomsen Buus, Aarhus Universitet Flakkebjerg
15.00 Coffee, exhibition, demonstrations
Session IV
15.30 Current treds in vision optics: 5 Mpixel lenses and antishading lenses
  Jörg Blätz, Schneider-Kreuznach
16.00 Current trends in machine vision cameras - 3D area sensors
  Director Oliver Menken, VRmagic GmbH
16.30 Poster prize, discussion, and closing remarks
  Conference chair Jens Michael Carstensen, DTU Informatics
16.45 Refreshments, exhibition, demonstrations
19.00 Vision dinner at Fortunen



The list of Visionday posters can be seen here


Student poster prize kindly sponsored by Parameters' logotype


Jens Michael Carstensen, DTU Informatics, Conference Chair
Henrik Aanæs, DTU Informatics, Program Committee Member