Show report: AutoSens Detroit
We recently published our AutoSens show report. We really like AutoSens, and writing about the show has become a bit of a habit. You can read and compare our previous show reports from 2016, 2017, and 2018 on our website also.
Robert Stead, the show’s organizer said it very well: “According to the Gartner hype curve autonomous driving is in the trough of disillusionment, but there were no disillusioned people at the show.” We can wholeheartedly agree with that. Indeed, autonomous driving is a tough nut to crack, but there are so many business opportunities where bringing intelligent sensing and processing makes cars safer and more comfortable to drive.
The report gives an overview of Detroit’s presentations, split up in the following categories: sensing, image sensors, Lidar, unique sensors, image processing, perception and AI, applications, development support, supporting technologies, and business aspects.
Demo: Embedded Vision Summit 2019
Tony Picard, our VP Sales at videantis, demonstrated our latest embedded vision technologies and products at the 2019 Embedded Vision Summit. Specifically, Tony gives an overview of videantis and demonstrates deep learning, computer vision, and video coding technology for automotive and other embedded vision applications.
Up next: AutoSens Brussels
Indeed, we wrote about the AutoSens Detroit report just above, and now we’re already preparing for the next AutoSens show in Brussels.
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