The Computer Vision Center presented some of its latest technology at this year’s edition of the Mobile World Congress at the Catalan Pavilion (CS20).
Mobile World Congress (MWC) is the most important mobile event in the world that promotes the sector of the information and communication technologies. This year, this relevant event took place from the 25th to the 28th of February and 109.000 visitors and more than 2.400 companies all over the world attended to Fira de Barcelona in order to show and discover the latest innovations and leading-edge technology.
The Computer Vision Center was one of the 46 Catalan companies and institutions that presented their solutions in a stand within the Catalan Government pavilion, located in the central part of the Congress (Congress Square 20). The CVC had the opportunity to widen horizons presenting its research to a high number of professionals from different businesses worldwide and gaining reputation at a local scale with the visit of different personalities, journalists and politicians, such as the Right Honourable President of the Government of Catalonia, Quim Torra.
CVC presented its research focusing on three demonstrations: a software that predicts people’s personality traits in first-impressions, different tools for image retrieval using text or sketches and BronchoX, a service for lung cancer biopsy. Moreover, the last day of the congress, CVC team presented a demonstration on Autonomous Driving in the front part of the Catalan pavilion in which attendants had to race against the Artificial Intelligence inside our Carla Simulator.
Four days of intense work and networking in which hundreds of visitors came to our stand to discover the technologies and all aspects of CVC’s work.
In the media:
El Punt Avui, 27/02/2019, Innovació multidisciplinària
Vila Web, 25/02/2019: Un centenar d’empreses catalanes es fan un lloc al MWC amb solucions en mobilitat, logística i ciutats intel·ligents
Segre, 27/02/2019, Tecnologia lleidatana a la segona jornada de l’MWC
Regió 7, 25/02/2019: Un centenar d’empreses catalanes es fan un lloc al MWC