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An introduction to ROS-based sensor fusion - How to enhance the detection of human presence

NOV
11
2020
11. NOV 2020

Lecture electronica Conferences > electronica Embedded Platforms Conference > Track 2: Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence

10:50-11:20 h | Virtual

Are you starting out on your first sensor fusion project? Adding sensor fusion in industrial applications is enhancing the reliability of sensing human presence. Discover how we can help you get your project started, key design considerations and how TI mmWave can help enhance human detection accuracy and reliability.

Subjects: Embedded systems

Speaker: Matthieu Chevrier (Texas Instruments)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

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An introduction to ROS-based sensor fusion - How to enhance the detection of human presence

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Matthieu Chevrier is the holder of 6 U.S. patents and most recently completed certification on collaborative robot safety from University at Buffalo and Artificial Intelligence from MIT Sloan. Matthieu has worked for Texas Instruments since 2002. Since 2014 as a system engineer he has been solving system problems for customers on topics ranging from ultrasonic sensing, LiDaR and radar.

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Matthieu Chevrier

Matthieu Chevrier is the holder of 6 U.S. patents and most recently completed certification on collaborative robot safety from University at Buffalo and Artificial Intelligence from MIT Sloan. Matthieu has worked for Texas Instruments since 2002. Since 2014 as a system engineer he has been solving system problems for customers on topics ranging from ultrasonic sensing, LiDaR and radar.

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