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Savion Software

Savion SoftwareBy: Guy Pittelko and Leonid Beder

Supervisors: Prof. Alfred M. Bruckstein, Eliyahu Osherovich and Ronen Keidar

A tool to analyze several coordinative tests using of computer vision. today, all of these tests are being measures manually using stopwatches and other measuring instruments, and thus have a large tendency for error. It also has a strong infrastructure thus allowing future expansion of the system to new tests and ideas.

   

 

The SAVion software (Sports Analysis by computer Vision) was developed as a project in intelligent systems and advanced programming in the Technion’s ISL (Intelligent Systems Laboratory), Haifa.

The project was brought forth by Dr. Mark Wertheim from the Wingate institute. Dr. Wertheim proposed to use computer vision to analyze several coordinative tests, and explained that such a system can widely contribute to the efforts of all sports trainers.

Even today, all of these tests are being measures manually using stopwatches and other measuring instruments, and thus have a large tendency for error.

The SAVion software is a tool to analyze some of these tests, using a digital camera and a computer, using which it measures the needed parameters. It also has a strong infrastructure thus allowing future expansion of the system to new tests and ideas.

The project was developed under the supervision of Prof. Alfred M. Bruckstein, the guidance of Eliyahu Osherovich and technical support by ISL’s chief engineer Ronen Keidar.

 

Project Book (Hebrew, PDF)