University Projects

Machine vision cameras from Allied Vision Technologies can be implemented in many disciplines, from agronomy to astronomy via life science or machine engineering. Here are a couple examples of projects conducted by university researchers and students using our cameras.

Underwater Vision

AVT Sponsored Team from Cornell University Wins 2010 RoboSub Challenge with Guppy equipped Autonomous Underwater Vehicle

11 February 2011

Weed identification on crop rows

Imaging makes agriculture greener

An innovative system with digital cameras from Allied Vision technologies scans field surfaces for weeds, minimizing herbicide use.

14 June 2010

Real-Time 3D-Reconstruction With GigE Vision

High speed GigE camera used in Real-time 3-D Structured Light System.

03 September 2009

Gamma ray burst

GE4000 Observes Gamma-Ray Phenomena

The Sternberg Astronomical Institute of the Moscow State University in Russia uses Prosilica GE4000 GigE Vision cameras to detect and measure gamma ray bursts.

04 April 2009

Sting Racing car (Copyright SAIC 2007)

Prosilica GC650C in DARPA Urban Challenge

Prosilica GC cameras track lanes in experimental robotic vehicle designed by GeorgiaTech University and SAIC.

12 December 2008

Prosilica GC GigE Camera in Coral Reef Fish Study

Prosilica GC GigE Vision Cameras used by research team of New Jersey Institute of Technology to assess population of endangered fish species in coral reefs.

04 October 2008

Foosball robot demo on AVT booth at VISION 2007 in Stuttgart, Germany

AVT Pike Makes Foosball Robot Nearly Unbeatable

Automated table soccer game designed by Cologne University of Applied Science.

09 November 2007

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