Autoaid Car Bulb Camera Makes Any Car See

Posted: Jan 6 2018, 4:57am CST | by , in News | CES

 
autoaid Car Bulb Camera Makes Any Car See

Berlin startup autoaid to show off car bulb camera at CES 2018.

The CES has become a huge car technology show with the rise of electric cars and autonomous driving. Berlin-based start-up autoaid will for the first time show its patent pending Automotive Bulb Camera at the CES 2018.

The simple camera system, which can be retrofitted to virtually any car, is able to collect and analyze huge quantities of video data from real traffic events. This data is essential for the further development of autonomous driving.

The autoaid Automotive Bulb Camera is a high-resolution camera which is integrated into a halogen or LED automotive lamp and is used in conventional car headlight lampholders (e.g H7 or H4).

The system works quite simply on a plug-and-play basis. Further adaptation of the car for the purpose of retrofitting is not necessary. The original visual appearance of the vehicle is not altered. As a further component of autoaid’s new telematics platform, the cameras record all traffic events and send them, coupled with the real driving behavior such as steering, braking and accelerating, as well as with the geodata, to the autoaid servers.

There, object recognition software identifies the traffic participants, traffic lights, signs and much more. The result for the industry is a detailed, almost inexhaustible volume of data for the driving behavior of millions of car drivers. From the point of view of the end customer the solution also offers attractive retrofittable security systems such as a lane-keeping assistant or a collision warning system.

The CES 2018 will open on Tuesday, Jan. 9. Expect many of the announcements to be made in the next days. The CES 2018 media events begin Sunday. Read the latest CES 2018 news.

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