Atlas Automates Manual
Camera ISP Tuning
The Atlas Camera Optimization Suite is the industry’s first set of machine learning tools and workflows that automatically optimizes camera architectures for optimal image quality or for computer vision.
Through a secure cloud-enabled interface, Atlas significantly improves computer vision results in days vs. traditional approaches that deliver suboptimal results even after many months of manual ISP tuning.
Automatically Maximize Computer Vision Results
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Atlas can automatically optimize your camera ISP to maximize computer vision accuracy, something not possible with today’s manual ISP tuning approaches.REQUEST INFORMATION
- Accelerate time to revenue by optimizing your computer vision system in days vs. months.
- Metric-driven methodology provides scalability and predictability.
- Optimize any camera configuration specific to your target vision models.
Atlas Camera Optimization for Image Quality
Automate Image Quality Tuning through Optimization
The Atlas Camera Optimization Suite allows users to automate the painstaking process of expert manual tuning for visual image quality.
Flexible, it allows users to leverage their own custom KPIs to embed in the automated optimization process.
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