How to protect driving safety with surround view monitors?

Mar 19, 2024

AVM is a panoramic image system, namely Automotive Around View Monitor/Surround View Camera.
It is another great helper for safe driving and can realize driving without blind spots.

Images are captured through multiple ultra-large wide-angle fisheye lenses, and then the captured images are distorted and spliced through data processing to form surrounding images.

It is mostly used in automobile systems to provide the driver with a bird's-eye view of the surroundings of the car body, eliminate the driver's blind spots, and provide effective visual assistance when parking.

In fact, surround view systems can be divided into monocular, binocular and multi-view systems.

Among them, the monocular and binocular systems must establish a virtual coordinate system while the vehicle is moving to draw a panoramic image to guide parking. The multi-view system can directly guide parking.

⁉ So how many cameras are needed for the entire operation process?

✔ 360-degree panoramic camera, 360-degree panoramic imaging system, 360-degree panoramic parking system, 360-degree panoramic vision system, and 360-degree panoramic reversing system simultaneously collect images around the vehicle through 4 ultra-wide-angle cameras installed on the front, rear, left, and right of the vehicle.

✔ Through Pujieli's proprietary "real-time image distortion restoration docking technology", the image is processed through distortion restoration, perspective conversion, image splicing, and image enhancement, and finally forms a seamless and complete panoramic bird's-eye view of the car's surroundings.

✔ The system can not only display a panoramic view, but also display a single view in any direction at the same time; the driver can accurately read the location and distance of obstacles by matching the ruler lines.


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