Panasonic AI will help AI cars understand their own fish eyes!

Jaguar I-Pace wing mirror camera
(Image credit: Future)

Panasonic Holdings Corporation will soon present a new camera calibration technology using artificial intelligence that estimates accurate and robust camera angles from a fisheye image. 

Self-driving cars, drones, and robots all require accurate travel estimation abilities to enable them to position themselves and navigate when moving.

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Leonie Helm
Staff Writer

After graduating from Cardiff University with an Master's Degree in Journalism, Media and Communications Leonie developed a love of photography after taking a year out to travel around the world. 

While visiting countries such as Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Bangladesh and Ukraine with her trusty Nikon, Leonie learned how to capture the beauty of these inspiring places, and her photography has accompanied her various freelance travel features. 

As well as travel photography Leonie also has a passion for wildlife photography both in the UK and abroad.