may, 2017

08mayallday11Association for Unmanned Vehicles Systems International (AUVSI) EXPONENTIAL 2017

Event Details

At this year’s AUVSI XPONENTIAL conference, Kitware Assistant Director of Computer Vision Keith Fieldhouse will provide a technical presentation, “Linking Unmanned Systems, Visible and IR Video, Computer Vision, and Humans Together for Real-Time, Squad-Level, Battlefield Situational Awareness.” The presentation will take place May 8, 2017, from 4:30 to 5 pm CDT in room C140 of the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas.

Intelligent integration of platforms, sensors, and software introduces challenges but also permits the exploitation of techniques to enable situational awareness for humans and unmanned systems in dynamic environments. Kitware uses computer vision and deep learning to improve and expand upon existing and future capabilities and techniques for soldiers on the ground. The work described in the presentation seeks to fuse and strategically use the information that these capabilities garner to realize new applications to benefit international government and commercial domains. For more details, please visit the presentation webpage.

According to the conference website, AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2017 is the largest and most comprehensive international trade show that supports robotics and unmanned systems. The event will include “exclusive speakers, innovative programs and dynamic educational opportunities that inspire and strengthen the people who are shaping the future of our industry.” The conference will host over 650 manufacturers, who will exhibit the latest robotics and unmanned technologies. Attendees will include platform developers and providers, integrators, software developers, solution seekers, and researchers, combining an array of specialized and educated professionals all in one arena.


may 8 (Monday) - 11 (Thursday) CDT


The Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas

650 S Griffin St, Dallas, TX 75202


Association for Unmanned Vehicles Systems International

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