• There are numerous real-world applications of computer vision technology in the transportation sector with the objective of e.g. improving the
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  • Computer vision technology may be integrated to assist in e.g. the assembling or quality control of products. Industrial robots programmed
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  • Advanced computer vision technology may be applied in the government sector to secure high-risk facilities, prevent identity theft and fight
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  • In the financial services sector, the primary objective of applying computer vision technology is to add another layer of security
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  • In the healthcare sector, advanced computer vision technology can be employed to reduce manpower and make labour intensive processes more
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  • There are many possible applications of advanced computer vision technology in the retail sector. Examples include visitor counting systems where
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Cipherstone Technologies assists businesses in gaining a competitive edge within a wide range of industry sectors such as financial services, government, health care, industrial, retail and transportation.

There are many possible applications of advanced computer vision technology in the retail sector. Examples include visitor counting systems where the objective is to provide statistics on customer visits to a store or chain of stores. Example application: Visitor counting systems The acquired statistics may help to measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns and changes in the window dressings.  Counting systems may also help in planning changes to a store such as the store layout. By integrating computer vision technology in a visitor counting system, we may improve the understanding of the store environment and customer dynamics, and consequently the…
In the healthcare sector, advanced computer vision technology can be employed to reduce manpower and make labour intensive processes more cost-effective. Example applications range from various screening tests to identify unrecognised diseases to body scanners aimed at identifying pathologic tissue and distinguish it from normal tissue. Example application: Cervical cancer screening One example application area is cervical cancer screening where the objective is to detect cervical cancer at a early stage allowing effective treatment. Traditionally, a Papanicolaou test or Pap test is performed by first scraping cells from the cervix and smearing them onto a microscope slide. Then, the cells…
In the financial services sector, the primary objective of applying computer vision technology is to add another layer of security to protect information or facilities. Unauthorised entry can be prevented using biometric physical access systems such as door locks integrating fingerprint and retina scanners. Sensitive digital information can be protected using biometric logical access systems such as face recognition login to computer networks or fingerprint identification for smart card access. The company staff has more than 15 years experience from designing and implementing biometric authentication systems, including the two main modalities - fingerprint and face.  Example application: Biometric smart cards…
Advanced computer vision technology may be applied in the government sector to secure high-risk facilities, prevent identity theft and fight terrorism. Example applications range from national biometric identity cards, biometric passports, biometric driving licenses, and intelligent surveillance systems. Example application: Biometric passports In the case of biometric passports, a face and/or fingerprint image is captured and stored in a chip on the passport. The biometric images have to comply with an ISO standard in order to allow interoperability between systems employed in different countries across the world. Computer vision technology can be applied to enforce the requirements of the international…
Computer vision technology may be integrated to assist in e.g. the assembling or quality control of products. Industrial robots programmed to assemble a set of products may be guided by a computer vision system to correctly identify the parts to pick up at any given time, and the position on the product where to mount the part. Also, computer vision may help the robot avoiding potential obstacles in the environment that may appear over time. Example application: Quality control In the case of automatic visual inspection, computer vision technology may reduce the manpower and/or enforce consistency by automating some or…
There are numerous real-world applications of computer vision technology in the transportation sector with the objective of e.g. improving the safety of the driver, making the driving more convenient or allowing the driver perform other tasks during parts of the trip through autopiloting the vehicle. Examples include driver attention systems to monitor driver behaviour, active safety systems to detect potential dangers, and around-view systems to make parking a pleasant experience. Other recent examples include the cooperative autonomous car trains where vehicles communicate with each other allowing cooperative driving.  Example application: Driver attention systems Computer vision technology is a core component…

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