Recap: Avigilon Takes Part in the Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR)

Jul 14, 2015

CVPR Recap blog

Avigilon’s presence was front and center at the 2015 Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition conference, also known as CVPR. The conference is described by industry insiders as the premier Computer Vision event, drawing other influential technology leaders such as Google, Amazon and Microsoft. Avigilon’s Director of Video Analytics, Aleksey Lipchin, stated that “the CVPR gives you a feeling of major trends and state-of-the-art technology in these fields.” This year, Avigilon actively participated in the entire conference for the first time as a Platinum Sponsor, giving us global visibility in the high-tech industry as a leader in innovation.

With a central exhibitor booth, we generated steady traffic with attendees lining up for a chance to experience Avigilon’s key product demonstrations, including our HD Cameras and award-winning Avigilon Control Center (ACC) software.

We also hosted an Open House session with Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Dr. Mahesh Saptharishi, where students, academics and industry researchers had the chance to speak with Avigilon’s CTO in an open discussion about the future of analytics and our latest innovations.  Lipchin stated, “CVPR proved to be a great opportunity to meet with the best researchers from around the world and candidates who are experts in their field.”

In the end, it was a successful event because we met with some great talents in the fields of computer vision and machine learning.” Senior Recruiter, Jennifer Rigal, said, “From the Avigilon exhibitor booth, to our open-house session, CVPR was a truly fantastic event!”

If you would like to learn more about the conference, please visit the CPVR website.

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Audio Input Receive audio feed from camera.
Audio Output Send audio to speaker attached to camera.
Autodiscovery Automatic discovery of camera IP address when connected within a LAN environment.
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Digital Input Receive Digital or Relay inputs from camera.
Digital output Trigger digital or relay outputs physically connected to a camera.
Motion Quick display of whether Motion Recording is available on for the camera.
Motion Configuration Configuration of motion detection within the ACC Client.
Motion Recording Support for motion-based recording.
PTZ Quick display of whether PTZ functionality is available for camera.
PTZ Control Basic PTZ Movement.
PTZ Patterns/Tours Ability to create and trigger either PTZ Patterns, or PTZ Tours, depending on camera support.
PTZ Presets Create and trigger PTZ Preset positions.
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