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Embedded Vision Insights: October 7, 2014 Edition

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Dear Colleague,ADAS

Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are, as I'm sure any of you who've followed computer vision applications will agree, one of the fastest growing areas of this technology space. Roger Lanctot from market analyst firm Strategy Analytics spoke on ADAS trends and opportunities at May's Embedded Vision Alliance Member Meeting, echoing and updating the data which IHS's senior analyst Helena Perslow had shared with the Alliance membership two years earlier. I also encourage you to see my mid-2012 interview with Perslow for additional insights.

Market analyst firms aren't the only companies paying attention to ADAS. Alliance member company representatives frequently present technical tutorials and demonstrations of ADAS capabilities at the Embedded Vision Summit conferences, most recently earlier this year. And all of this industry attention certainly seems justified, when you consider the rapid spread of foundation ADAS features from initial luxury-car designs into today's higher volume mainstream and even entry-level vehicles. Consider, too, that features provided by ADAS are ever-expanding, as cars and trucks...