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Intelligent Transportation Society of America - Trends in Computer Vision
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Eric Gregori
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While doing some research for a project, I stumbled across an interesting article from the, "Intelligent Transportation Society of America". 

"The Intelligent Transportation Society of America is the leading advocate for technologies that improve the safety, security and efficiency of the nation's surface transportation system. Our members include private corporations, public agencies, and academic institutions involved in the research, development and design of Intelligent Transportation Systems technologies that enhance safety, increase mobility and sustain the environment."


The article titled, "Trends in Computer Vision" can be read in its entirety here:


Some interesting quotes:

"The more significant and most often used approach to overcome the limitation of computer vision robustness is sensor fusion."

"Going beyond sensor fusion, machine learning may also contribute to the development of more robust computer vision systems over the long term."

"Despite its distinct technology limitations, the market potential of computer vision systems is still very significant."

"In the near future, it is likely that almost every new light vehicle will have at least one computer vision-based system. NHTSA is considering a rule that could potentially mandate that all vehicles sold in the US after 2014 include a rear-mounted camera and an in-vehicle display."


This is a very interest article for anyone interested in the computer vision automotive market.