Eutecus provides embedded video analytics technology for intelligent transportation

DECEMBER 5, 2008--Video analytics firmware and software developer Eutecus reports that it has provided state-of-the-art video analytics technology in a tailored/customized front-end sensor solution for the Raytheon Highway Transportation Management Systems Pedestrian Detection Subsystem.

Dec 5th, 2008

DECEMBER 5, 2008--Video analytics firmware and software developer Eutecus (Berkeley, CA; www.eutecus.com) reports that it has provided state-of-the-art video analytics technology in a tailored/customized front-end sensor solution for the Raytheon Highway Transportation Management Systems (HTMS) Pedestrian Detection Subsystem (PDS) as part of the Cooperative Pedestrian Warning System (CPWS) proof-of-concept demonstration at the November Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) 15th Annual World Congress.

MVE is capable of handling HD resolution at video frame rates, consuming less than 1 W of power while executing multiple event-detection and classification algorithms fully in parallel. The engine with embedded analytics allows use of a complete set of capabilities -- people counting, detection of abandoned/stolen objects, loitering, forbidden zone alters, and movement in wrong direction -- all at once.

The solution combines an inherently parallel multicore processing architecture and embedded complex video analytics algorithms in a single configurable building block, reducing hardware design and programming effort, which the company says results in lower development cost and quicker time-to-market.

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