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From image watermarking a few years
back to today’s drones, would you say
that your research field is expanding?
Jean-Luc Dugelay:
“Absolutely, and it shows
the vitality of our discipline area. But our goal
remains the same: to automate image process-
ing so we can integrate it into people’s security
and safety applications, which is a major chal-
lenge for our society. The demand from indus-
trials for image watermarking, which consists
of integrating a tracking signature in videos
has been decreasing while the work on drones
is booming.
In this area, our objective is to develop image
analysis algorithms whichwould give drones the
ability to fly autonomously and react in real time
based on the images they capture. These drones
could send an alert that an
older person is lost or help
with rescue operations at
sea or in themountains.
Started in 2011, the
research already
showed promising
results.
Jean-Luc Dugelay
Image processing:
always more
applications
Professor at theMultimedia
Communications Department,
head of the Image Group
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Three
questions
for…
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