Visible light cameras are needed for future AV and ADAS applications alongside thermal cameras which are vital for driving safely in dark and harsh weather conditions.
We live in a colorful world where road signs are in colors for easy detection and understanding. The risk level increases dramatically at night and unfortunately that is when most of the fatal accidents occur.
Active sensors such as LiDARs and radars can suffer from mutual interference between vehicles equipped with the same sensor technology. Might this pose a risk to other autonomous vehicles around them?
The core differences between detection abilities of the two methods We get asked this question a lot: why would we need a stereo vision system (two cameras) if we can use a mono vision system (one camera only) to detect cars and pedestrians on the road? The answer is simple. A mono vision system enables […]
The future of driving lies in thermal cameras, and no, it has nothing to do with the coronavirus. Nowadays we all see and hear about the use of thermal cameras in fighting the spread of the COVID-19 virus. These cameras are usually seen at the entrances of high-traffic areas such as hospitals and airports. They […]