Second exhibition

Wireless AI Perception: A New Sense for Machine Intelligence

Computer vision enables machines to “see”. The capability of machine vision based on cameras, however, is fundamentally limited to a certain field-of-view with good lighting conditions – they cannot see through any occlusions or in the dark.
Wireless sensing opens a new sense for machine perception to decipher the physical world, even in absolute darkness and through walls and obstacles.
It can capture human activities invisibly in a contactless and sensorless way.

A simulation platform for shared mobility services

This is a large-scale simulation platform for managing and controlling Hong Kong taxis. The simulator platform can be used to simulate the movements and trajectories of taxis for idle cruising, picking up passengers, and delivering passengers on a large-scale transportation network. The simulation platform is calibrated by a real dataset of Hong Kong taxis to ensure that the simulation well approximates the reality. This simulator is jointly developed by the teams of Dr. Jintao Ke at HKU and Prof. Hai Yang at HKUST. The simulation platform will be open for public use in the near future.

Augmented Reality based Robot Control System for Customized Garment Production

Garment industry needs to embrace flexible automation and robotics to lower cost and to enhance human productivity. As it is too complex to achieve full automation in garment production, collaborative works between robots and humans will be foreseen. The project demonstrates the feasibility of deploying multi-robots by combining computer vision and robotic technologies.