Setting new standards
in driving safety and
Camera-based in-cabin understanding
emotion3D’s in-cabin analysis software makes driving safer and enables next level user experience.
emotion3D offers state of the art computer vision and machine learning software for image-based analysis of in-cabin environments. This analysis enables a comprehensive understanding of humans and objects inside a vehicle. It is the basic building block for intelligent safety and user experience functions.
CUSTOMERS & PARTNERS
emotion3D offers various software products for camera-based analysis of vehicle interiors.
Additionally, we offer customization services for different hardware and vehicle environments as well as use-case development.
Our algorithms feature highest accuracy and robustness even in challenging real-life situations making them applicable for safety-critical use cases.
emotion3D’s algorithms are highly optimized to function on standard low-power embedded ECUs in real-time contributing to cost-efficiency.
Our algorithms work with various camera types and ECU architectures which minimizes integration efforts into existing camera/ECU setups.
ON THE EDGE
Since everything is processed locally in the vehicle we ensure data privacy. No frame of in-cabin camera data will be stored or leave the car.
BLOG & NEWS
Do I want to be filmed all the time while driving? What happens with the videos? Do I have to be concerned about my privacy? Those are legitimate questions that need to be addressed with full transparency. Since cameras in cars will become standard in the near future...
The Industrie Magazin recently published an article about emotion3D. Brief summary Interested parties from the automotive industry quickly noticed the Viennese AI startup when it was founded. As a spin-off of the Vienna University of Technology and specializing in the...
In-cabin monitoring and exterior analysis are a powerful combination for providing innovative safety and driving experience features. One exciting project we did with ZKW and TU Wien on exterior sensing in night scenes has been featured recently by ATZ Magazine in...