StradVision will demo and pitch their ADAS software at NAVER D2 Startup Factory. Read More (in Korean).
StradVision pitched their automotive solution at KPMG's 11th Annual Automotive Executive Share Forum Series at the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, MI. Read More.
StradVision's patent application was issued as U.S. Patent No. 9,230,193 on 5 Jan 2016 and is entitled "Method for increasing object detection rate or object recognition rate and classifier using locally decorrelated channel feature (LDCF)". Please find the patent.
StradVision pitched at the 2nd GiGA IoT Alliance Makers Day. Read More (in Korean).
StradVision pitched their automotive solution at Autotech Council meeting in San Jose, CA.
StradVision pitched and showcased their pedestrian detection on TI TDA2x board at the Embedded Vision Alliance meeting in San Jose, CA. Watch More.
StradVision pitched and showcased their automotive solution at the Demo Day of Fall 2015 season of Orange Fab Asia in Tokyo. Read More.
StradVision, a company started by former Samsung SDS and Intel Korea engineer Jun Bong Jin, who is trying to crack one of computing’s hardest goals: how to get robots to recognize things by sight. Read More
Cars that stop automatically for pedestrians and smart glass that translates languages are now closer to reality than fantasy. Read more.
StradVision's patent application was issued as U.S. Patent No. 9,141,883 on 22 Sep 2015 and is entitled "Method, hard negative proposer, and classifier for supporting to collect hard negative images using a similarity map". Please find the patent.