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All-weather vision for automotive safety : which spectral band ?

All-weather vision for automotive safety : which spectral band ?

The interministerial project AWARE a consortium of 10 renowned French industrials firms launched in 2014 for a duration of 36 months.This project aims to develop a driver-and pilot-assistance solution for improving decision-making in all types of vehicles (road or airborne). The solution offers reliable detection of vulnerable pedestrians or obstacles in all weathers conditions (fog, rain, at night).Thermal imagers developed by ULIS address to this need on the spectral range 8-14µm (LWIR) in contrast to other available technologies (visible, NIR, SWIR).

Emmanuel Bercier, program Manager, recently presented the advanced program at VISION, a conference held at the “Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie” in Paris on 13th and 14th October.

VISION is a biennial event focus on Vehicle and Infrastructure Safety Improvement in Adverse Conditions and Night Driving and organized by the SIA (French Society of Automotive Engineers). It was created in 2002 and it is now well-known.

We have pleased to share this presentation with you.

 

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