videovigilanciaminiIntelligent Video-Surveillance

"Use of  biometric systems for tracking" and "Intelligent Video-Surveillance for public safety".


Road Safety

Projects like "Intelligent Cabin for Road Transportation (CABINTEC)"  funded by Spanish Ministry of Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness or "Anota" are some of the demonstrate the compromise of FRAV with road safety.


aeropuerto  Computer Vision for Airport Security and Biometrics

Projects like "Automatic detection of suspicious behaviour at airports" were created for helping security personal in airports.

aermini  Event-Based Ultra-Fast Vision (AER)

Systems that process the information like the human brain.

Press releases

From March to May 2012 Selene Yosahandy Cardenas Sotelo will be with FRAV (04/08/2014)

Selene is Bacherlor of Engineering in Computational Systems from Instituto Tecnológico Zacatepec, Morelos, México and she is currently studying Master of Science in Artificial Inteligence from Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Desarrollo Tecnológico (CENIDET), Cuernavaca México.

She is interested in Artificial Neural Networks and Computational Vision and is supervised by PhD. Enrique Cabello Pardos.

From FRAV we would like to wish her a happy and profitable research stage with us.


PhD. job offer


FRAV publishes the following job offer


Enrique Cabello explains our projects on traffic safety on Antena 3 TV News (October 13, 2012)

Dr Enrique Cabello, principal researcher of FRAV, appeared on October 13 on Antena 3 TV News to explain FRAV projects on traffic safety developed for detecting driver distractions.



Cristina Conde explains our projects for face recognition and biometric passport on Antena 3 TV News (July 13, 2012)

Dr Cristina Conde, researcher of FRAV, appeared on July 21 on Antena 3 TV Night News to explain FRAV projects on face recognition and biometric passports developed at Madrid Barajas Airport.

Ángel Serrano organizes a Workshop on Arduino for High School students (June 25, 2012)

Ángel Serrano, PhD, a member of FRAV, will give a Workshop on Arduino next June 28, during the so-called FesTICval 2012  which is being organized by the Higher Technical School of Computer Engineering  (ETSII) of Universidad Rey Juan Carlos  (URJC). The activity is sponsored by the Vice-Rectorate of European Harmonization and the Social Council of the University, as well as by the Cooking Hacks  shop, which has donated 2 Arduino-related presents  which will be raffled among the attendants.

FRAV laboratory "Face Recognition and Artificial Vision research
laboratory for advanced security" is member of the European Reference
Network for Critical Infrastructure Protection (ERNCIP)

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