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BIA-Brukerstyrt innovasjonsarena

Multiple Camera Sensor System

Alternative title: Flerkamera sensor system

Awarded: NOK 16.0 mill.

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321603

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2021 - 2024

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The MultiView project will deliver a core technology, innovating sensor systems across several industries. In cooperation with Simula Research Laboratory, Muybridge will perform research on imaging technologies, high-speed data transport and data processing to develop solutions applicable in demanding industries, where visual information and reliant real-time image processing is crucial. The project will be performing research in the three following areas: I: Algorithms applied to imaging data in order to transform, combine and process sensor measurements of an arbitrary environment into valid and valuable data for both humans, preceding processes and autonomous systems. II: Optimization of hardware architectures for real-time sensor systems in order to deliver reliable synchronized image data at several gigabit rates at an optimized hardware cost, small form-factor and with a heavily reduced environmental footprint compared to existing sensor systems. III: Optimization of processing architectures to deliver processed image data in real-time to preceding processes, systems and users in order to maintain data validity and integrity.

The MultiView project will deliver a core technology, innovating sensor systems across several industries. In cooperation with Simula Research Laboratory, Muybridge will perform research on imaging technologies, high-speed data transport and data processing to develop solutions applicable in demanding industries, where visual information and reliant real-time image processing is crucial. The project will be performing research in the three following areas: I: Algorithms applied to imaging data in order to transform, combine and process sensor measurements of an arbitrary environment into valid and valuable data for both humans, preceding processes and autonomous systems. II: Optimization of hardware architectures for real-time sensor systems in order to deliver reliable synchronized image data at several gigabit rates at an optimized hardware cost, small form-factor and with a heavily reduced environmental footprint compared to existing sensor systems. III: Optimization of processing architectures to deliver processed image data in real-time to preceding processes, systems and users in order to maintain data validity and integrity.

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BIA-Brukerstyrt innovasjonsarena