A couple of weeks ago, Tesla celebrated its AI Day, led by Elon himself along with Tesla’s Head of AI,Andrej Karpathy and other engineers from the software and hardware teams. Their “sole goal” was persuading experts in the field of robotics and artificial intelligence to come work at Tesla. But this event was much more than that and many of us were amazed by how Tesla is solving computer vision problems, and more specifically, how they generate training data for their car’s autopilot system.
Developing computer vision systems is not an easy task. We are talking about systems that need to understand what they see in the real world and react accordingly. But, How do they see the world? How do you teach a machine what the real world is and interpret it?
The automotive interior sensing market was demanding a specific technology capable of successfully covering (in a cost & time-efficient manner) a wide range of potential issues when developing interior monitoring systems. Anyverse™ has responded and has brought a specific solution for interior simulation based on its top-performing synthetic data generation platform.
This September 15-16, 2021, Anyverse™, will be at the AutoSens conference in Brussels!
This July 1-2, 2021, Anyverse™, will be at the Tech.AD conference in Berlin!
Anyverse has been included in the prestigious Innovative SME list that recognizes cutting-edge tech small and medium companies around the country.
This study showed that synthetic data alone can train a robust object detection algorithm as benchmarked against real world-data.
Having a physically-based sensor simulation to improve the accuracy of ADAS is going to be key within the near future of the ADAS Sensors market.
Anyverse, the global leader in high-value synthetic datasets generation for AV/ADAS, Aerial, Smart Cameras and Robots among other use-cases, will participate in the 2021 ADAS Sensors 5th Annual Conference and Exhibition on April 6-8 as a Bronze Sponsor.