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“Sensing Technologies for the Autonomous Vehicle,” a Presentation from NXP Semiconductors

Tom Wilson, ADAS Product Line Manager at NXP Semiconductors, presents the "Sensing Technologies for the Autonomous Vehicle" tutorial at the May 2016 Embedded Vision Summit. Autonomous vehicles will necessarily utilize a range of sensing technologies to see and react to their surroundings. We are witnessing dramatic advances not just for embedded vision, but also in […]

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“Trends, Challenges and Opportunities in Vision-Based Automotive Safety and Autonomous Driving Systems,” a Presentation from CogniVue

Simon Morris, CEO of CogniVue, presents the "Trends, Challenges and Opportunities in Vision-Based Automotive Safety and Autonomous Driving Systems" tutorial at the May 2015 Embedded Vision Summit. The automotive industry has embraced embedded vision as a key safety technology. Many car models today ship with vision-based safety features such as forward collision avoidance and lane

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Smart Exterior Cameras Enhance Vehicle Safety, Security

This article was originally published at John Day's Automotive Electronics News. It is reprinted here with the permission of JHDay Communications. Cameras installed in various locations around a vehicle exterior, in combination with cost-effective, powerful and energy-efficient processors, deliver numerous convenience and protection benefits. The advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) market is one of the

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Smart Exterior Cameras Enhance Vehicle Safety, Security

This article was originally published at John Day's Automotive Electronics News. It is reprinted here with the permission of JHDay Communications. Cameras installed in various locations around a vehicle exterior, in combination with cost-effective, powerful and energy-efficient processors, deliver numerous convenience and protection benefits. The advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) market is one of the

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Vision in Wearable Devices: Enhanced and Expanded Application and Function Choices

A version of this article was originally published at EE Times' Embedded.com Design Line. It is reprinted here with the permission of EE Times. Thanks to the emergence of increasingly capable and cost-effective processors, image sensors, memories and other semiconductor devices, along with robust algorithms, it's now practical to incorporate computer vision into a wide

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Practical Computer Vision Enables Digital Signage with Audience Perception

This article was originally published at Information Display Magazine. It is reprinted here with the permission of the Society of Information Display. Signs that see and understand the actions and characteristics of individuals in front of them can deliver numerous benefits to advertisers and viewers alike.  Such capabilities were once only practical in research labs

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Smart In-Vehicle Cameras Increase Driver and Passenger Safety

This article was originally published at John Day's Automotive Electronics News. It is reprinted here with the permission of JHDay Communications. Cameras located in a vehicle's interior, coupled with cost-effective and power-efficient processors, can deliver abundant benefits to drivers and passengers alike. By Brian Dipert Editor-in-Chief Embedded Vision Alliance Tom Wilson Vice President, Business Development

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May 2014 Embedded Vision Summit Technical Presentation: “Evolving Algorithmic Requirements for Recognition and Classification in Augmented Reality,” Simon Morris, CogniVue

Simon Morris, CEO of CogniVue, presents the "Evolving Algorithmic Requirements for Recognition and Classification in Augmented Reality" tutorial at the May 2014 Embedded Vision Summit. Augmented reality (AR) applications are based on accurately computing a camera's 6 degrees of freedom (6DOF) position in 3-dimensional space, also known as its "pose". In vision-based approaches to AR,

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Augmented Reality: A Compelling Mobile Embedded Vision Opportunity

This article was originally published at Electronic Engineering Journal. It is reprinted here with the permission of TechFocus Media. Although augmented reality was first proposed and crudely demonstrated nearly fifty years ago, its implementation was until recently only possible on bulky and expensive computers. Nowadays, however, the fast, low power and cost-effective processors and high

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Improved Vision Processors, Sensors Enable Proliferation of New and Enhanced ADAS Functions

This article was originally published at John Day's Automotive Electronics News. It is reprinted here with the permission of JHDay Communications. Thanks to the emergence of increasingly capable and cost-effective processors, image sensors, memories and other semiconductor devices, along with robust algorithms, it's now practical to incorporate computer vision into a wide range of embedded

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