Save the date! We are excited to share that our VP Technology, Patrice Roulet-Fontani, will be speaking at the In-Cabin show in Phoenix this March, about the latest in InCabin vision technology from Immervision!
After the success of the inaugural InCabin show in Brussels, Patrice was invited back to present at the InCabin Phoenix show to explain how advanced freeform lens with smart pixel management maximize the resolution on the driver while capturing the entire cabin in varying lighting conditions. Patrice will also show attendees how advanced image processing algorithms including dewarping deliver the best pixels for either human or computer vision to maximize the application efficiency.
InCabin Phoenix will run from March 15-17th, 2023 at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. Patrice’s session, OPTICAL DESIGN TECHNOLOGY FOR IN-CABIN IMAGING SYSTEM, will be held:
Friday 17th March
Today’s automotive technology is advancing at an unprecedented rate. User experience and satisfaction plays a critical role in automotive system development, especially regarding in-cabin system requirements. Due to this, vehicle imaging systems are moving away from the narrow field of view driver monitoring system towards a wider Field of View (FoV) to capture the entire cabin (occupant & back seat). This means combining the mandatory Driver Monitoring System (DMS) with more modern user experiences such as occupant identification and video surveillance, in one single sensor that reduces cost and impact on interior design.
In this session we will discuss how advanced freeform lens with smart pixel management maximise the resolution on the driver while capturing the entire cabin in varying lighting conditions. We will show how advanced image processing algorithms including dewarping deliver the best pixels for either human or computer vision to maximize the application efficiency.
About the Speaker
Patrice is co-founder of Immervision where he leads the engineering team, contributes to IP growth and the adoption of Immervision’s technology by global corporations. He has overseen the integration of wide-angle imaging technology in numerous industry verticals. He is an IEEE Senior Member who has spoken at various conferences and co-authored multiple publications and patents and holds a master’s degree in image processing in computer graphics.