I was the lead Research Fellow on the Autonomous Valet Parking (AVP) project. My work resulted in top-tier publications and a live demo shown here. I worked with Engineers at Parkopedia to deliver an AVP solution that used Artificial Landmarks (according to ISO Standard) to localise within a carpark. More Footage!
In 2018, I was awarded the Sullivan Thesis Prize by the British Machine Vision Association (BMVA) . The prize is considered for award, on an annual basis, to the best doctoral thesis submitted to a UK University, in the field of computer or natural vision. I was presented with the award at BMVC, a prestigeous international Computer Vision conference.
I was featured on the front page of a national newspaper in Mexico. The focus was my contributions to the field of AI, along with my projects, awards, etc.
The Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP) celebrated it's 30th anniversary and produced this promotional video. The video consists of world-class researchers expressing their opinions of on the Future of AI and tries to answer the question: "Can Machines Think?". I was interviewed as an expert in Robotics, AI and Machine Learning.
Ricardo Raphael at (Radio Centro) invited me to have a conversation about my acomplishments in the fields of AI, Computer Vision and AI, we discussed a few topics including my Sullivan Thesis Prize award. The interview was aired in 2019 on National Radio in Mexico (Spanish).
In 2018, we started the Autonomous Valet Parking (AVP) project which seeks to develop Highly Autonomous Driving maps to support indoor navigation and localisation for Autonomous Parking in Car Parks.
In 2018 I was the lead Research Fellow on the SMILE project. I created a system capable of assessing a Sign Language Student and Provide feedback. I was interviewed about how the system works and what can be done with it.