Dr Ákos Zarándy has received his Ph.D. and D.Sc. from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 1997 and in 2010 respectively from electrical engineering and computer science. He is a research advisor at the Institute for Computer Science and Control (SZTAKI), Budapest, Hungary. He is also a professor at the Pazmany Peter Catholic University teaching Neural Networks and Embedded Systems courses. His research interest is neural networks based computer vision and image sensing with special sensors and optics. He led several successful research and development projects, including medical vision system development, locally adaptive sensor development, and solved ultra high-speed vision problems. He is currently active in the field of remote, camera based physiological signal measurements.
Németh, Máté and Zarándy, Ákos, "Intraframe Scene Capturing and Speed Measurement Based on Superimposed Image: New Sensor Concept for Vehicle Speed Measurement", JOURNAL OF SENSORS. pp. 1-10. ISSN 1687-725X 10.1155/2016/8696702, (2016)
T Zsedrovits, P Bauer, A Hiba, M Nemeth, BJM Pencz, A Zarandy, "Performance Analysis of Camera Rotation Estimation Algorithms in Multi-Sensor Fusion for Unmanned Aircraft Attitude Estimation Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems 84 (1-4), 759-777, (2016)
Földesy, P ; Zarándy, Á ; Szabó, M, Reference free incremental deep learning model applied for camera-based respiration monitoring IEEE SENSORS JOURNAL (2020)
Hiba, A ; Sántha, L M ; Zsedrovits, T ; Hajder, L ; Zarandy, A Onboard Visual Horizon Detection for Unmanned Aerial Systems with Programmable Logic ELECTRONICS 9 : 4 Paper: 614 , 18 p. (2020)