autumn 2020
TEK-3601 Machine Vision - 10 ECTS

Last changed 31.12.2020

Type of course

Technical specialization subject. The course is reserved for students attending the Master in Technology and Safety in the High North programme.

Course overlap

TEK-3016 Machine Vision 10 stp

Course content

Introduction to machine vision: fundamentals of image formation and cameras. Fundamentals of vision sensors (visible, infrared, multi-spectral). Image processing: image filtering, edge detection, image segmentation. Image analysis using pattern detection and recognition methods. Visualization of image analysis methods. Image processing & analysis using MATLAB®. Practical labs on machine vision. Case study in one of the following areas: automation, drone technology, medical informatics & imaging, nautical science, process & gas technology, remote sensing, and industrial applications.

Objectives of the course

Knowledge:

This interdisciplinary course should give the candidate a deep understanding of machine vision with special focus on a case study in one of the following areas: Automation, Drone Technology, Medical Informatics and Imaging, Nautical Science, Process & Gas Technology, Remote Sensing, and Industrial Applications.

Skills:

  • Candidate will build knowledge in image formation, cameras, and vision sensors.
  • Candidate will learn about image processing operations such as filtering, edge detection and image segmentation.
  • Candidate will also learn state-of-the-art methods for image analysis (i.e., pattern detection and recognition).
  • Candidate should be able to use state-of-the-art image analysis methods in practical problems.
  • Candidate will learn the use of correct visualization tools for the image analysis problems.
  • The candidate should be able to understand and use the knowledge from machine vision in their selected domain.
  • The candidate should be able to demonstrate their knowledge using MATLAB®.


Language of instruction

English

Teaching methods

Lectures, workshops and mandatory laboratory work.

Assessment

Coursework: Participation in workshops and laboratory work.

Examination:

One combined grade will be given based on case study report and oral exam.

Grading scale: Letter grading A - F, F is fail.

Continuation Examination: Students who have not passed - or have not submitted their reports in time due to legitimate reasons will be given an extended submission deadline in the following semester. 


  • About the course
  • Campus: Tromsø |
  • ECTS: 10
  • Course code: TEK-3601