TECHBITES

Robotics and AI for Industry

Grab your TechBites of the future of robotics and AI technology and its applications! Build contacts and join discussions with key people from companies and research teams. Event is organised by Tampere University of Technology.

Who’s it for?

Private businesses and decision makers who would like to benefit of the ongoing digitalization for industry and society

How does it all happen?

Register by 21 May 2018.

Keynote videos

Reza Ghabcheloo

Associate Professor, TUT

Solves challenging robotics problems, builds autonomous robots to work for human and with human, and trains future robotics engineers to be able to do so.

Jose Luis Martinez Lastra

Professor, TUT

Leads FAST-lab which promotes the seamless knowledge integration of humans and machines.

Jussi Poikonen

AI Development Lead, Remote & Autonomous Operations, Rolls-Royce Marine

Focuses on machine learning models for situational awareness and navigation systems. Works as an AI development lead for remote and autonomous operations at Rolls-Royce Marine

TECHBITES

Future Imaging

Grab your TechBites of the future of imaging technology and its applications! Build contacts and join discussions with key people from Tampere-based imaging companies and some international visitors. Tampere University of Technology organizes the event in collaboration with Tampere Imaging Ecosystem.

Who’s it for? The event is intended for all those who apply imaging technologies to products or services, including computer/machine vision, optics, camera design, intelligent automation, automotive applications and so on.

What did you think?

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Keynote videos

Juha Alakarhu

Vice President, Imaging, Axon

Developer of Nokia’s 41 Megapixel Monster Camera and VR Camera Ozon is now in charge of the Imaging team at Axon’s newly established Tampere unit. The team develops wearable cameras for police as well as cameras for police cars.

Joni Kämäräinen

Associate professor, Signal Processing, TUT

Leads a team of nine researchers who develop computer vision, pattern recognition and Image Google. “Our major goal is to do everything with a camera that people can do with their eyes.”

Atanas Gotchev

Professor, Signal Processing, TUT

“The ultimate aim of modern visual technologies is to convincingly reproduce reality and to relay information in a natural way.”