21 - 25 April 2024
National Harbor, Maryland, US
Technical Event
Panel Discussion: Infrared in Automotive Applications
23 April 2024 • 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM EDT | National Harbor 2 

Thermal imaging is currently used in some luxury cars to warn drivers of people or animals on the road, especially at night. However, the technology is poised to become widespread in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) for pedestrian detection and as part of the sensor stack, along with visible cameras, lidar, radar and other sensors, for future autonomous vehicles.

Andrew Hood, Attollo Engineering, LLC (United States)

David Cheskis, TriEye Ltd. (Israel)
John Hong, Obsidian Sensors, Inc. (United States)
Ethan Klem, SWIR Vision Systems (United States)
Joseph Thompson, VALEO North America Inc. (United States)
Callan Loo, Lynred USA (United States)
John Eggert, Teledyne FLIR LLC (United States)


This panel is part of the Infrared Technology and Applications conference.

Event Details

FORMAT: Panel discussion followed by audience Q&A.
MENU: Coffee, decaf, and tea will be available outside the presentation room.
SETUP: Classroom and theater style seating.