University of Bristol

Automated Fin Identification of Individual Great White Sharks

The objective of this work is automatically to identify individual great white sharks in a database of thousands of unconstrained fin images. The approach put forward appreciates shark fins in natural imagery as smooth, flexible…

Home Activity Monitoring Study using Visual and Inertial Sensors

The objective of this project is to present a comparative study towards activity monitoring using these visual and accelerometer sensors in daily living scenarios.

RGB-D Tracking: Depth Scaling Kernelised Correlation Filters DS-KCF

Depth Scaling Kernelised Correlation Filters DS-KCF is an efficient Real-Time tracker based on RGB-D data fusion

SPHERE – a Sensor Platform for HEalthcare in a Residential Environment

SPHERE is a multimodality sensing platform, based on low-cost devices aiming at efficiently tackling the problem of healthcare monitoring at home

Spot the Penguin

Tilo Burghardt, Neill Campbell, Peter Barham, Richard Sherley This research was conducted 2006-2009. The research aimed at providing non-invasive solutions to problems of field biology and to better understand and conserve endangered species. Specifically we…