Stereoscopic vision systems require constant calibration to ensure accurate distance measurement. Mounting stereo cameras on a fixed beam compensates for decalibrations caused by vibrations. However, this may limit camera placement positions and lead to installation-related technical issues.
Our technology allows for the independent placement of both visible-light and thermal infrared camera modules, supporting large baselines without mechanical constraints. This means greater distance accuracy at long ranges, giving you an edge in the world of autonomous driving.
Supporting large baselines enables high accuracy at long ranges
No stringent mechanical requirements
can be installed virtually anywhere on a vehicle if there are overlapping FOVs
Compensates for deviation of external factors, such as small vibrations or temperature changes
* Depends on selected optics and baseline