Industrial Visionday 2006

Wednesday May 31, 2006

Organizations, companies, universities and other institutions with an interest in industrial image analysis are invited to join an information and demonstration day at DTU. All participants are welcome to exhibit equipment or posters.

The Industrial Visionday is organised by Informatics and Mathematical Modelling, DTU with help from Øresund IT Academy. The best student poster will be awarded with a prize from Sony by the end of the industrial Visionday.


Informatics and Mathematical Modelling
Richard Petersens Plads, Building 308
DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby
Getting to IMM

Conference chair

Jens Michael Carstensen
Ph. +45 4525 3412
jmc 'at'


Registration for the Industrial Visionday can be done here no later than May 22nd 2006. The registration fee includes participation in the lectures, exhibition, proceedings, refreshments, and lunch.

For members of the Danish Automation Society (DAu), the Danish Robotics Society (DIRA), the European Machine Vision Association (EMVA), the Danish Biomedical Society (DMTS), the Danish Optical Society (DOPS), the Danish Pattern Recognition Society (DSAGM), the Danish Remote Sensing Society (DSTM), International Game Developers Association (IGDA), and  Øresund IT Academy a reduced fee is applicable.


Session I
08.00 Registration, exhibition, demonstrations, coffee, and rolls
09.00 Welcome and introduction
Knut Conradsen, Professor, IMM, DTU
09.10 Smartcameras, GigE cameras, and/or ..., how may industrial imaging look in three years?
Robert Fenwick-Smith, CEO, Tattile
09.45 Scape Vision – a vision system for flexible binpicking in industry
Ivar Balslev, ScapeTechnologies, and Rudi Larsen, T&O Stelectric
10.15 Poster teasers
10.30 Coffee, exhibitions, demonstrations
Session II
11.00 A dynamic asynchronous silicon retina with 128x128 pixels, 120dB dynamic range, 30mW power consumption, and 100us response latency.
Patrick Lichtsteiner, Inst. of Neuroinformatics, UNI-ETH Zurich
11.30 Sony strategic policy - product and business approach in the next two years
Arnaud Destruels, Sony Image Sensing Solutions
11.55 Lunch, exhibitions, demonstrations
Session III: Sponsored by the Biophotonics Network
13.30 Vision in the food industry - solutions and ideas
Flemming Møller, Scientist, Danisco
14.00 Mulspectral image analysis in microbiology
Line Harder Clemmensen, IMM, DTU
14.30 Making gases visible
Björn Ardö, Development Engineer, Gasoptics
15.00 Coffee, exhibitions, demonstrations
Session IV
15.20 From microscopy to nanoscopy
Marcel Somers, Professor, IPL, DTU
15.40 The Digital Michelangelo Project: 3D scanning of large statues
Kari Pulli, Scientist, Boston Research Center, Nokia
16.10 Poster prize, discussion and closing remarks
Jens Michael Carstensen, Associate professor, IMM, DTU
16.25 Exhibition, demonstrations, refreshments
17.00 The Industrial Visionday ends
19.00 Vision dinner at Hotel Fortunen

The program is also shown in a printer-friendly format in the Visionday leaflet


The list of Visionday exhibitions can be seen here.


The list of Visionday posters can be seen here.


The student poster prize is kindly sponsored by  

Visionday frontpage  |  Further information: Secretary Eina Boeck,, Ph. +45 4525 3424