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iCatch Technical Symposium 2022 Unveils Innovations in the Future of Smart Mobility Imaging Technology
iCatch Technology will hold its 2022 Technical Symposium on December 15 at Shangri-La Far Eastern, Taipei. The main theme of the symposium is "The future of electric vehicle - Automotive AI chips and smart driving assistance." It will explore the solutions and development trends of image sensing technology and machine vision in driving assistance systems and smart cockpits. There will be the academic and industry experts to present keynotes and share industrial applications. iCatch will also showcase multiple application solutions in edge AI computing and image processing system for vehicles.
In the morning sessions, two professors from National Taiwan University and National Tsing Hua University will share the practical experience of AI industrial applications and highlight the application of high-speed transmission interface in vehicle systems. In the following, an international leading manufacturer of visual image sensor will present the development trend of new types of image sensors in the automotive field. In the afternoon sessions, there will be several industry leaders to address the technological evolution of smart vehicles and driver assistance systems, as well as the challenges to be faced in the future.
The ever increasing requirements on driving safety from both the regulations and automotive market have accelerated the growth of ADAS and self-driving systems. iCatch and its partners will also showcase a variety of smart vehicle imaging solutions at the venue, including surround view for advanced driver assistance system, smart fleet management imaging system, driver fatigue detection system and so on. iCatch sincerely invite its industrial partners and customers to attend this symposium and join the discussion.