Scientists from Charles River Analytics, a developer of cutting-edge technologies for intelligent systems, will be presenting research at the SPIE Defense and Security Symposium 2010, which will take place from April 5-9, 2010, in Orlando, Florida. The conference is the largest unclassified international symposium for researchers of sensors and sensor processing algorithms and is annually attended by several thousand researchers in industry, government, academia, and the environment.
Mr. Magnús S. H. Snorrason, Charles River’s Vice President, Sensor Processing and Networking Systems, serves on the Program Committee for Unmanned Systems Technology XII. Mr. Snorrason will chair the session on Perception.
Charles River Analytics will be presenting the following papers at the conference:
- Detecting and Tracking Moving Objects from a Moving Platform using Epipolar Constraints
- Attack Detection in Unattended Sensor Networks
- Visual Strategies for Enhancing User Perception of Task Relationships in Emergency Operations Centers