Festive fun – Poinsettia photo collection

Festive fun – Poinsettia photo collection

Robotics Researchers at the University of Lincoln are hosting a machine learning and computer vision competition to devise intelligent ways to find the “best” poinsettia. We will be looking at the height of the plant, colour of the leaves, and “bushiness” among other attributes. This work will contribute towards building an image recognition system and […]

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Lincoln Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems

Lincoln Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems

The Lincoln Centre for Autonomous Systems (L-CAS) at the University of Lincoln present the Lincoln Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (LIROS). Modelled on the larger, International Conference on Intelligent Robotics and Systems (IROS) being held by IEEE later in the year, the event will take place via Microsoft Teams on Friday 9th October 2020 […]

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Robots emerging as agricultural co-workers

Robots emerging as agricultural co-workers

Advanced engineering could be the solution for the sustainable intensification of agriculture, as technology for producing service robots reaches maturity. An expert in robotics from the School of Computer Science at the University of Lincoln, UK, will discuss the latest developments in the sector during Agri-Tech East’s ‘Pollinator’ event on 11th October 2016. Professor Duckett, who

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APRIL the ‘robotic chef’ to be unveiled at NCFM

APRIL the ‘robotic chef’ to be unveiled at NCFM

A pioneering robotics system which could dramatically change the way food is manufactured will be launched this month at the University of Lincoln’s National Centre for Food Manufacturing (NCFM) in the UK. The Automated Processing Robotic Ingredient Loading (APRIL) ‘robotic chef’ system has been developed by OAL, a leading provider of process and automation solutions

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Save the date: More upcoming must-see seminars

Save the date: More upcoming must-see seminars

We’ve got some great seminars coming up in the School of Computer Science, so put these dates in your diary and we’ll see you there. First up next week we have a seminar on ‘Visual mining – interpreting image and video‘ with speaker Professor Stefan Rüger from the Knowledge Media Institute, The Open University, UK. The … Continue reading Save the date: Upcoming must-see seminars

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