[Innovations in Mobility]:Automotive In-Cabin Cameras: RGB-IR image quality challenges and solutions
Featuring: Hongxin (Hans) Li - Principle Imaging Architect @ GEO Semiconductor
When: Tuesday, June 22nd
9:30am Pacific Time
12:30am Eastern Time
18:30pm Central European Time
Run Time: ~ 1 hour
Where: GoToWebinar, please use the registration link to sign up for the Webinar
RGB-IR camera systems are capable of generating color and IR monochrome images simultaneously for Occupancy Monitoring System (OMS) and Driver Monitoring System (DMS) purposes. The ability to combine both color and IR video from a single camera reduces the cost and area required for these applications. As a new technology in automotive, this approach faces unique challenges, which need to be addressed from a system perspective, including areas related to optics, image sensors, and ISP algorithms.
Hongxin (Hans) Li is a principal ISP architect at GEO Semiconductor, a start-up company that builds highly efficient camera video processor ICs. He has more than 17 years of experience in the embedded domain, including software, ISP pipeline algorithms, architecture, roadmap definition, and leading engineering teams on ISP pipeline algorithms. He has filed and been granted multiple patents and is currently taking the dynamic range IQF lead role in IEEE P2020 workgroup (automotive imaging and ADAS image quality standards). He holds an MS and a BS degree in electronic engineering and image processing from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China.