|Who are we???
GPI is a research team focusing on image processing: image analysis, computer vision, remote sensing, image & video communication...
GPI belongs to University of Vigo.
GPI is part of a larger group: SC2 research group (listed the oficial group registry) and through SC2, we are part of AtlantTIC.
We are based in the School of Telecommunications Engineering, Signal Theory & Communications Department.
Contact person: Fernando Martín Rodríguez (email@example.com, html, cv).
Title: "Development and Exploitation of Innovative Tools for Remote Marine Litter Control and Management through UAV’s". Project devoted to the use of drone captured images to detect marine litter in the coastline. Initiated february, 2nd, 2017. Co-financed by the European Union. GPI leads this project.
Title: "Sistema Robotizado para Análisis Microbiológicos de Calidad de Aguas Automatizados" (robotized system for water quality automatic microbiologic analysis).
"Programa Retos-Colaboración 2015" (Call "cooperation challenges 2015).
RTC – 2015 – 4192 – 2
Real time water quality monitorization measuring microbiologic parameters. Ramica project will develop autonomous tools (buoys mounted systems) able to analyze water "in situ" obtaining real time results to implement nowadays monitoring programs.
GPI participates in this project.
GPI and CIMA (mechanical engineering group of UVIGO) were contracted to develop iObserver. iObserver is a computer vision system to be installed onboard fishing and/or oceanographic vessels to monitor fish specimens that are captured. Focus is specially put on counting the number of individuals belonging to each species (from a predefined species catalog), thus characterizing quantitatively captures and discards.
iObserver is a key part of Life project "iSEAS".
Eco-friendly dredging... Funded by Feder Innterconecta. GPI participated in this project.