10th Intelligent Imaging
Imaging, as the most information rich sensing technology, is one of the most important technologies widely utilised across human society and industries, from entertainment, healthcare, security, agriculture to transport, energy and space, etc.
The UK has been one of the key innovators in imaging technology development, and has played a key role in numbers of imaging technology innovations, such as MRI, Television, Industrial Process Tomography, and more. UK researchers are still at the leading edge of much imaging technology research. It also has many innovative imaging technology companies who are focusing on developing and commercialising some of the most exciting imaging innovations.
However, the large diversified applications of imaging technology also fragment the technology research and innovations in the markets, increasing the barriers for imaging technology research, innovation and commercialisation. To help speed up the innovation and commercialisation of imaging technology, KTN has been organising these one-day networking workshops – Intelligent Imaging – to provide a platform to bring relevant imaging communities together to network, sharing of knowledge and to collaborate.
The 10th Intelligent Imaging event aims to bring imaging end-user communities, imaging technology providers, novel imaging technology researchers, innovation funders and other relevant stakeholders together to share their knowledge on market challenges, state of the art commercial technologies, emerging imaging technology research, and innovation funding opportunities, to stimulate new ideas, to network and facilitate partnership and collaboration development, and to promote and speed up business innovation development in the imaging technology sector in the UK.
10:00 Welcome by Institute of Physics
10:05 Introduction to Knowledge Transfer Network
Challenges and Needs for Imaging Technology
10:15 Intelligent Imaging and Image Metrology in the MedTech and BioTech Spheres
Phil Marsden, Unitive Design and Analysis
Imaging Technologies, State of the Art
10:45 State of the Art Imaging Technology for Food Processing
Mark Auty, Mondelez International
11:15 Break, Networking & Exhibition
11:45 Tulipp: An Embedded Low-power Imaging Processing Platform
Flemming Christensen, Sundance Multiprocessor Technology
12:15 Dental Imaging using near Infra-red Optical Coherence Tomography
Pete Tomlins, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
12:45 Laser-array Lidar Technology for Autonomous Vehicles
John Morcom, Photonic Vision Ltd
13:15 Lunch, Networking & Exhibition
Emerging Imaging Technologies
14:15 iCAIRD & AI Technology in Medical Imaging
Ken Sutherland, Canon Medical Research Europe
14:45 T-Hz Imaging using Quantum Technology
Lucy Downes, Durham University
15:15 AI for Nuclear De-commissioning
Mustafa Alhamdi, Innovative Physics
Business Innovation Funding and Opportunities
15:45 Innovate UK & Innovation Funding Opportunities
Julian Heaton, Innovate UK
16:15 Break, Networking & Exhibition
There will be exhibition spaces for interested companies to showcase their imaging technologies/expertise and capabilities at the event, at a small cost.
This event is kindly hosted by our partner: