Automating Spatial Frequency Analysis of Camera Performance & Signal Quality

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Spatial Frequency Analysis of Video or Still Camera Performance & Signal Quality


The event will be in two parts:A Lecture to introduce various key aspects in quantifying the image quality in modern IP cameras, typical for modern CCTV systems. The topic will be followed by a presentation/demonstration of a newly developed automated technique with real life examples. A topical Q&A by attendees will be conducted for attendees. Mr Vlado Damjanovski will answer questions and expand on topics of more serious interest to the attendees. Questions can be sent pre-event to the organisers for those interested in seeing a demonstration or study of their own cases. This workshop enable the attendee to get a very good understanding of what video quality and performance is and explains the tools that one could use to measure quality and performance.



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  • Foxtel Campus
  • North Ryde, New South Wales
  • Australia 2113
  • Building: 5 Thomas Holt Drive
  • Room Number: “Metropolis” hall
  • Co-sponsored by Stephen Joyce


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Spatial Frequency Analysis of Camera Performance & Signal Quality

 The event will be in two parts:

A short Lecture to introduce various key aspects in quantifying the image quality in modern IP cameras, typical for modern CCTV systems. The topic will be followed by a presentation/demonstration of a newly developed automated technique with real life examples. A topical Q&A by attendees will be conducted for attendees. Mr Vlado Damjanovski will answer questions and expand on topics of more serious interest to the attendees. Questions can be sent pre-event to the organisers for those interested in seeing a demonstration or study of their own cases.  

Images (below) generated from Vlado’s latest tool to test and measure performance especially connected with better “recognition”

Biography:

 Vlado, Managing Director of ViDi Labs (www.vidilabs.com) is recognized as a leader in his field of broadcast engineering. As an Electronic Engineer (B.E.) specializing in cameras, he spent many years working in TV broadcasting environments. He is internationally renowned as an expert on CCTV and his book CCTV has been one of AMAZON’s best sellers for many years. He is a publisher, author, lecturer, inventor and App developer. Vlado wrote his first book on CCTV in 1995, when there were no books on this subject anywhere in the world. The latest edition ‘CCTV - from light to pixels’ is a five-star rated industry reference manual, which is translated into Russian, Korean and German. Based on his books, Vlado conducts easy-to-understand CCTV training seminars (www.cctvseminars.com) and has educated thousands of people around the world on the theoretical and practical aspects of CCTV. Vlado has designed, project managed and commissioned a number of pioneering CCTV systems in Australia and overseas. He was an important contributor and originator of the Australian CCTV Standard (AS4806) in 2005, and is currently also a member of the IEC TC-79 group and contributes towards the international IEC 62676 IP VSS standards. His interests go far beyond Video and teaching and extend to creating new measurement and estimation methods to meet industry needs and builds useful inexpensive hardware and software tools for the industry. His latest software App (tool) does away with expensive “hardware” and provides engineers the tools to measure, tests, maintain and certify video used in critical systems in many different industries ranging from Security and Medicine to Manufacturing and Defense. 

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The meeting will start at 3pm with a lecture to inform attendees of the parameters that help establish video quality then introduce the techniques to tests the performance of video and still image cameras. Subsequent to this the participants will be given the opportunity to see a real video performance and quality test being conducted inclusing some hands on opportunities.  The Q&A will be interlaced between these segments to provide attendees the opportunity to learn from the presenter information that would be of particular interest to them.



Oraganised by the IEEE NSW Section - Joint Chapter, Communications, Signal Processing and Ocean Engineering