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Fujitsu Presents Future Mobility Accelerator Digital Twin Analyzer

Fujitsu has recently launched  the FUJITSU Future Mobility Accelerator Digital Twin Analyzer, an AI-powered in-vehicle camera image analysis platform, delivering a powerful new tool for businesses offering services that rely on big data collected from connected cars. Sales begin in Japan from September 25th, with availability to follow in the North American and European markets from February 2021.

fujitsu1The new platform leverages technologies developed by Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd., including AI image-recognition technology for image analysis, as well as high-precision 3D positioning technology for the vehicle and surrounding objects to analyze images taken by in-vehicle cameras and convert them into valuable data to support customers’ digital transformation.

The platform enables the highly-accurate estimation of 3D position and trajectory information of potential obstacles in the real world, including pedestrians, other vehicles, roads, and buildings, which are constantly changing, to deliver rapid analysis and prediction of vehicle conditions and traffic conditions. With the addition of analysis logic, the technology also offers new use cases, including feature detection and accident situation analysis, demonstrating a wide range of potential applications for a variety of services.

The Future of Mobility is Connected

In the near future, the number of connected cars will increase exponentially. Big data from connected vehicles, including images collected from car sensors, and CAN(1) data, will play a key role in making mobility services like traffic monitoring, maps, and insurance, as well as advanced vehicle design a reality.

An AI-Powered Big Data Platform to Digitally Transform Mobility

FUJITSU Future Mobility Accelerator Digital Twin Analyzer is an in-vehicle camera image analysis platform powered by AI image recognition technology for analyzing in-vehicle camera images and high-precision 3D position estimation technology for the vehicle and surrounding objects. Fujitsu’s AI image recognition technology not only recognizes objects like vehicles, road markings, and traffic signals from video, but can also detect detailed attributes to differentiate between vehicle types (cars, buses, and trucks) and road markings like crosswalks and center lines. For objects that change over time, like traffic lights, the platform can effectively detect and record changes in color, etc. by tracking objects. The high-precision 3D position estimation technology accurately grasps objects detected by the image recognition technology and the position of the user’s own vehicle. The platform even makes it possible to achieve highly accurate estimates with consumer-grade drive recorders, regardless of installation conditions or type of on-board camera.

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