For improved estimations and mapping, Vicomtech says its R&D centre is working to align 2D and 3D data to enhance ADAS – advanced driver assistance systems.
Some of Vicomtech’s technologies have been developed as part of European Union projects, such as Autopilot, InLane, Vidas and CLOUD-LSVA in collaboration with leading research and industrial partners.
Many of Vicomtech’s autonomous driving solutions are featured on its stand at the ITS World Congress in Copenhagen. The demos are based on Viulib, a set of
pre-compiled libraries developed by Vicomtech that simplifies the building of complex computer vision, machine learning and artificial intelligence solutions.
The company has systems that monitor the outside of the vehicle, such as pedestrian detection, and also inside a vehicle, including driver monitoring systems that can help assure the driver is totally focussed on the road ahead.