Image processing systems handle tasks like measuring and counting vehicles or products, calculating their weight or volume, sorting goods at high speeds based on pre-defined characteristics and automatically extracting small but decisive pieces of information from giant volumes of data. They help experts interpret images by filtering, optimising, supplementing and making them available for quick retrieval. They are tireless and give consistent effort.
But how should this kind of system be designed? What steps are necessary, what factors must be taken into account and what options are available?
Take a read of this first article intended to serve as a starting point and touches briefly on each of the aforementioned topics – keep an eye out for Part 2 next month.
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