Technology is widely deployed for both civilian and defence applications with multiple coding technologies that have been and are being standardised internationally, as well as a wide range of software systems for compression, estimation, interactive communication and post-processing of visual media, including the commercially successful Kakadu toolkit.
- Scalable and accessible compression technologies
- Motion, depth and illuminant estimation for video and camera arrays
- Interactive visual communication for remote browsing of huge media, and
- Interpolation, denoising and analysis
- Faster image-based communication
- Kakadu Software toolkit for JPEG 2000, which is licensed to more than 400 commercial organisations and continues to gain traction
- JPIP technology for robust interactive image and video communication, which has been deployed on the battlefield by defence equipment manufacturers, as well as in many other sectors
- FBCOT algorithm, which has recently been adopted as the foundation of the new JPH image coding standard, which will become ISO/IEC CD 15444-15 (committee draft released July 2018)
Capabilities and facilities
- The IVMP media processing laboratory is equipped with high resolution camera arrays, extensive fibre cabling, advanced Intel server platforms, controlled lighting and multi-projector visualisation equipment.