Please head to the official IEEE Standard Association P2020 website for all information relating to this working group.
You can also join the Automotive Imaging Technology Community forum on LinkedIn for discussion on automotive image quality topics.
Established in 2016, the IEEE Working Group on Automotive System Image Quality will provide a robust approach to standards development in this field, it is a non-commercial activity and is fully regulated and endorsed by the IEEE Standards Association.
The IEEE Working Group (Project 2020), coordinated by nominated Chair, Robert Stead, will:
- Develop standardised approaches to aid development of automotive imaging technologies for all stakeholders
- Be made open to all interested parties for input
- Ensure all proposed standards will be voted on in a democratic way by registered Working Group members
The Working Group was approved by IEEE’s NESCOM committee in May 2016 and the Call for Participation is now active to invite individuals to join the Working Group.
This standard addresses the fundamental attributes that contribute to image and quality for automotive applications (including display output and computer vision), as well as identifying existing metrics and other useful information relating to these attributes.
It defines a standardized suite of objective and subjective test methods for measuring automotive camera image quality attributes, and it specifies tools and test methods to facilitate standards-based communication and comparison among OEM and Tier 1 system integrators and component vendors regarding automotive ADAS image quality.
This standard specifies methods and metrics for measuring and testing automotive image quality to ensure consistency and create cross-industry reference points.
Get involved in the IEEE 2020 Working Group
If you have not already informed Robert of your interest, please complete the form below to stay informed about these activities.
You do not need to be an IEEE member to be added to the IEEE P2020 email list (which will not be used for any other purposes, although submitting your details to this list gives us consent to sharing your details with IEEE). If you are a member of the press or not an IEEE member, please indicate that on the form.
IEEE members may also engage in the project via the IEEE-SA microsite for P2020, or by contacting the relevant IEEE-SA Liason, Michael Kipness.