A Vision of Success

There are more than 2 million miles of pipeline in the United States alone, and a primary cause of damages or ruptures to these lines is third party intrusion.

So who does the Pipeline Research Council International ask for assistance to protect the lines? Well, they asked NASA first. When a viable solution wasn’t reached, PRCI came to the University of Dayton Vision Lab and got the answers they needed.

The Vision Lab created a real-time, cost-effective solution to pipeline intrusion risks by developing specific algorithms for visibility improvement, semantic segmentation and part-based object recognition.

The Pipeline Intrusion Detection Program uses the algorithms in tandem with existing technology to isolate problems and send information — including risk priority, photos of the actual hazard and pinpoint directions — to responsible parties.

Learn more about the eye-opening projects being successfully completed and implemented by the University of Dayton Vision Lab.

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As dean of the School of Engineering, I am privileged to watch our students growing into engineers dedicated to a better world for us all. At the University of Dayton, we're committed to supporting student success by providing opportunities that connect learning, research and scholarship with leadership and service — the Catholic, Marianist tradition.

With our shared knowledge, we can continue to transform engineering education to prepare our students for even greater success.

Eddy Rojas
Dean of the School of Engineering

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Vision Lab, Dr. Vijayan Asari, Director

Kettering Lab 461-464 
300 College Park 
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0232

937-229-1779