Sensor Fusion for In-Cabin Sensing
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Date & time: 12th Nov 2020, at 10:00 AM CET
Keeping human safety as first priority, different regulations like Euro NCAP ’25 Roadmap, USA Hot Cars Bill, and FMVSS 208 will be making the following in-cabin safety features mandatory.
- Life presence & occupancy detection
- Seat-belt status reminder
- Airbag suppression or low-risk deployment
- Detection of child/pet left behind
- Driver state monitoring
On top of this, to support airbag suppression or allow controlled airbag deployment, in-cabin sensing system should provide these inputs to the airbag ECU.
- Detection of infants in a rear-facing child safety seats (RFCSS) and in convertible child restraints in the rear-facing mode.
- Classification of 5th percentile female adult and above
- Classification of children below 6 years
- Out of position children and adults
As a result, neither radar nor camera solution alone can make the cut! This free hour-long webinar explores how we can utilise the individual but complementary abilities of these two solutions to meet all of the stated requirements and how can we achieve this with the desired accuracy?
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What will you learn in this webinar?
- Challenges in achieving all of the In-cabin regulations
- Individual abilities and limitations of radar and camera-based system.
- How can we fuse the radar and camera systems to fulfil all regulatory requirements with higher accuracy, redundancy, and availability?
Who should attend?
Engineers, Technical Managers, Product Managers, Researchers interested in knowing about In-cabin Sensing and Sensor fusion.
After receiving his PhD in electrical and electronics engineering from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Jaya Chandra Dakala continued working on the applications of signal and image processing, pattern recognition, and computer vision. He is currently heading the ADAS vision team at PathPartner Technology and managing DMS and In-cabin sensing algorithm development.