The paper "Feasibility Study For Automatic Bird Tracking and Visualization from Time-Dependent Marine Radar Imagery" by the Biomedical Image research group introduces a new tool that analyzes vertically recorded radar images with a specially programmed bird tracking algorithm.
From 13 to 15 August 2019, the "Data Science, Statistics & Visualisation (DSSV)" conference took place in Kyoto (Japan), where Elena Ginina, Head of Data Science at VRVis, participated.
The VRVis was represented with a full paper, a poster, two short papers and a panel participation at the VCBM conference in Brno from 4 to 6 September 2019. Florian Ganglberger's short paper received an Honorable Mention.
The VRVis Annual Report 2018 provides information about our highlights, achievements and successes in the past year: we look back with satisfaction on 62 research projects, € 6.4 million turnover and 65 media reports!
On July 22, 2019, Johanna Schmidt gave young women insights into her work as scientist at VRVis at the "International Summer Academy in Engineering for Women" and discussed career and career entry opportunities.
On 3 July 2019, the results of the EU project ARCHES were presented at the Kunsthistorische Museum Wien. Within the framework of this project VRVis developed tactile reliefs and a gesture-controlled multimedia guide for more accessibility in museums.
The VRVis was present with several publications and presentations at the EuroVis 2019 from 3 to 7 June 2019 in Porto and also received two awards!
On 23 May 2019, the company outing led us to the Lower Austrian Provincial Exhibition, afterwards we did some hiking on the Hohe Wand.
The Applied Artificial Intelligence Conference of the WKO will take place on 27 May 2019. VRVis will hold a workshop on visual analytics along the process of predictive modeling.
Johanna Schmidt is a podium guest on the topic of AI at the Europe Day of the WKO Foreign Trade on 7 May 2019.