Automotive Safety Rules Embedded Vision Summit

Although at this week’s Embedded Vision Summit explored new applications for vision, automotive safety still drives the agenda. The consensus from the Embedded Vision Summit (May 2–4) in Santa Clara this week: We have the programming tools, trainable algorithms, growing data sets and powerful processors to build vision systems with deep learning intelligence. Point an intelligent camera at an unfamiliar object (or a picture of an unfamiliar object) and your vision system will tell you exactly what you’re looking at. This is particularly useful in automotive safety applications (like ADAS) where your front-view cameras will identify—with amazing fidelity—cyclists and pedestrians on the road with you. While many presenters at the three-day conference could offer quotable opinions on ADAS, very few would tell you what might displace automotive safety as the…


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