Invited Talk by Stéphane Côté, PhD
- Date: Monday, 29 November 2010
- Time: 11:00-12:00
- Location: MI 03.13.010
3D/2D registration for image guided interventions and the problem of validation
Augmented Reality (AR) used to be regarded as a university research field. It is now seen as a new technology with tremendous potential in many areas. Unknown to most people until recently, AR has been handed to millions of users, increasing people's awareness of the technology, thanks to smart phone based software applications. Three years ago, Bentley Systems has started exploring the potential of AR for infrastructure engineering. This presentation will start with a description of Bentley Systems, a software development company dedicated to sustaining infrastructure. It will be followed by a brief description of its Applied Research group. Finally, potential applications of AR for infrastructure will be described, and the latest results of the group's research work in the field will be presented.
Stéphane Côté is a research director at Bentley Systems. He obtained a B.Sc. in computer science (Laval University, Canada), followed by a M.Sc. in physical oceanography (Université du Québec à Rimouski, Canada) and a Ph.D. in satellite remote sensing (Southampton University, UK). Before taking his current research director position, he worked for Bentley Systems as a software developer for 10 years.
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| Title: || Augmented reality research at Bentley Systems |
| Date: || 29 November 2010 |
| Location: || MI 03.13.010 |
| Abstract: || In an invited talk at the CAMP lecture, Stéphane Côté, PhD, Southampton University, UK, will present the Bently Systems, a software development company dedicated to substaining infrastructure. Furthermore there will be a brief description of its Applied Research group. |
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