IEEE-SA P2020 working group on automotive imaging standards
- Post by: Konstantina Papachristopoulou
- September 30, 2022
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Dr. Petros Kapsalas, from project partner PANASONIC is leading the Working Group 3 of the standardisation committee related to the IEEE P2020 standard, which has generated a prefinal release during July 2022. The standard is still under review but expected to be released soon. In the same working group partners UPAT and ISI are also contributors, based on work that is being performed in CPSoSaware.
The IEEE-SA P2020 working group on automotive imaging standards was established in order to address the considerable ambiguity in measurement of image quality of automotive imaging systems, both human and computer vision based.
Image quality plays a crucial role for both automotive viewing and automotive computer vision applications and today’s image evaluation approaches do not necessarily meet the needs of such applications. Currently there is not a consistent approach within the industry to measure automotive image quality.
The IEEE P2020 working group is attempting to remedy these deficiencies by connecting people in the field, identifying gaps in existing standards, and working to address these by creating a coherent set of key performance indicators by which camera systems and components may be evaluated in a manner consistent with their intended use.
The learn more about the standard please visit https://site.ieee.org/sagroups-2020/