Driver assistance systems and outlook into automated driving
25th November, 15:30-16:50
Video based driver assistance systems is a continuously growing field in automotive industry. Based on surround sensors such as radar, video and/or ultrasound, driver assistance systems sense and interpret the traffic scenes. They assist the driver in various driving situations and increase the driving comfort. In addition, driver assistance systems improve driving safety by supporting the driver in critical driving situations that require rapid and safe action.
The workshop will make an overview of the safety and comfort solutions provided by Bosch with an outlook into automated driving technologies, and with strong technical focus on the stereo video cameras as key sensors for automated driving. It will also highlight innovative video algorithms that can bring new functions in the vehicles equipped with the next generation stereo cameras.
Catalin Golban finished his master studies in 2008 at the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, working closely with the Image Processing And Pattern Recognition group in the field of computer vision. Between 2005 and 2013 he worked for several companies from Cluj-Napoca, holding leadership roles in various software projects ranging from back-end services development up to mobile applications development. Starting from 2013 he joined Bosch, managing a research and development team of engineers doing challenging video-based algorithms and platform/core software development for driver assistance systems, and doing significant steps towards automated driving. His motivation is the development of cutting edge technology, making possible to transform state of the art research know-how into innovative automotive products, which are worthwhile goals for the current and future Bosch activities in that challenging field.