Mr Richard Pang (6th from right of the 2nd row), Tutor, Department of Electronic and Information Engineering of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) led the participants of the PolyU Engineering Summer Camp to visit ASTRI on 2 August 2017. Mr Iftekhar Hasan (6th from left of the 2nd row), Senior Manager, Public Affairs of ASTRI welcomed the group. The participants understood more about the development of ASTRI and experienced the live demonstrations on biometric authentication and Chinese handwriting OCR projects.
02 / 08 / 2017
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