Major accidents with human casualties and significant property loss are infrequent occurrences. As our lives are becoming increasingly machine-dependent and human vision is gradually being replaced or complemented by camera vision the synergy of other sensor error probabilities must be practically zero.
Self-driving cars are just one example of such machines where car “autopilots” are not there yet despite AI advancements. AI systems cannot account for all possible rare or very rare adverse visibility conditions.
Global autonomous vehicle market $54.23 billion in 2019, projected $556.67 billion by 2026, with a CAGR of 39.47% from 2019 to 2026. (source)
Lolaark Vision has the technology to assist those AI-based autopilot apps to function in a significantly more reliable way by improving the visual quality of the camera inputs these AI systems use.
For instance, an autopilot must detect objects ahead even under poor lighting conditions, so that an obstacle avoidance maneuver can be initiated automatically or manually in a timely manner.
This news video is to understand the problems that lack of proper visibility may cause in autonomous vehicles, more details here.
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Lolaark Vision provide the right solution for Autonomous Vehicles to run smoothly even in low visibility.