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A summary of PathPartner Expertise and Capabilities

A summary of PathPartner Expertise and Capabilities
PathPartner offers design, development and integration services in advanced embedded technology. Having the expertise in BSP & device drivers, multimedia codecs, algorithms, imaging and hardware design, PathPartner is geared for technology driven execution and quality delivery for corporations across industries including automotive, semiconductor, IoT, healthcare, cameras and surveillance.

PathPartner's Sensor Expertise

PathPartner’s Sensor Expertise
Sensors are an integral part of embedded systems. PathPartner has over 10 years experience in sensors and their integration into a wide variety of embedded applications like automotive, medical, consumer, industrial, security and surveillance. The infographic gives an overview of all the different types of sensors we have worked on.

PathPartner's ADAS and IVI Solutions

PathPartner’s ADAS and IVI Solutions
PathPartner, teaming up with OEM’s and Tier 1 Suppliers, is driving towards creating safer driving conditions for drivers. With autonomous vehicles and smarter connectivity as a priority, Pathpartner provides deep learning capabilities, physics-based sensor modeling, and AUTOSAR compliant embedded software.

Video Quality Detection Using HeatMap

Video Quality Detection Using HeatMap
Video compression algorithms exploit the fact that high-frequency components are not effectively perceived by the human eye. By allocating bits differentially to various spatial frequency components, video compression reduces the image size with “barely” noticeable visual artifacts. This is achieved by dividing a picture into small blocks and coding their transform coefficients both differentially and […]

Introduction to Ambisonics - 360 degree audio

Introduction to Ambisonics – 360 degree audio
Introduction to Ambisonics – 360 degree audio Ambisonics is a 360-degree surround sound encoding/decoding standard. 360-degree audio means full-sphere surround sound. Most of the relevant patents have now expired, so one can find open source tools for Ambisonics. Although developed in the 70s, Ambisonics has recently gained traction since YouTube, Oculus VR and Facebook adopted […]