Continuing the sessions with guest scholars from companies

We continue with the sessions with guest scholars from companies. On this occasion we have had the pleasure of having Marc Masias from the company Opsis.

The lecture provided an overview of various computer vision projects developed by Opsis over the past few years, spanning sectors such as railway, food, packaging, textile, and printing. These systems use a range of technologies including computer vision, artificial intelligence, and robotics, with the objective of performing tasks such as quality control, classification, and metrology.

Opsis specializes in 3D computer vision, leveraging proprietary laser scanners to capture detailed 3D point clouds and analyze scanned objects. One of their key strengths lies in the utilization of their own libraries for point cloud and image acquisition and processing. This independence allows them to tailor their systems to meet the specific needs of their customers.

In addition to 3D vision, 2D vision plays a vital role in addressing challenges related to color or texture. Moreover, Opsis develops systems integrated with deep learning capabilities, with a particular focus on image classification, object detection, and instance segmentation.

Some products exhibit subtle or nearly imperceptible defects. In such cases, a different approach is necessary. A viable solution is the use of hyperspectral cameras, which enable the capture of images at various wavelengths. This approach enhances defect visibility, as defects may be detectable in specific wavelength bands.

Thanks to all the companies that are part of the master’s degree, our students are acquiring new and interesting knowledge.


Are you interested in learning more about Robotics? Do you want to grow professionally in the Robotics and AI? If so, then our master’s degree is perfect for you.

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