While still an emerging technology, computer vision is shaking up industries in new, innovative ways. And at Luxoft, we are working on the development of modern and future technologies that utilize computer vision, notably in Automotive. Computer vision is the key technology that lets the car “see” and analyze the environment. It makes possibilities like advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) – which demand flawless safety and reliability – possible.
We were excited to share our computer vision expertise with C++ developers at the HackCV hackathon, which took place October 7-8. The aim of the hackathon, which focuses on computer vision, was to introduce participants to real situations in safety-critical embedded system development and create high-level software for pattern recognition.
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