Imatest Version 22.1 introduces new features including Automatic Chart Identification, Internationalization, ISO 12233 Standards Support, Sagittal/Tangential MTF Plot Updates, and more. (more…)
Imatest is happy to welcome Jonathan Phillips, previous Google Android head of imaging, to the team as Vice President of Imaging. Under Phillips’ technical leadership, Imatest will be expanding its software features, equipment portfolio, and consulting services across imaging market segments. As the previous leader of image quality in Google’s Android organization, Phillips focused on the launch and establishment of Google’s Pixel phone line, particularly its camera and display image quality and features. In addition, Jonathan has an extensive background in image quality with NVIDIA and Kodak, and is a co-author of “Camera Image Quality Benchmarking”.
Such an announcement has grabbed traction among the tech and imaging industry, reaching companies such as BusinessWire and Colorado Photonics. Welcome to the team, Jonathan!
Imatest, LLC, a leader in image quality evaluation tools, today announced the launch of their new Camera Geometric Calibration Validation service to provide objective metrics for calibration quality. The Service uses upcoming IEEE P2020 geometric calibration standard as a reference. (more…)
Imatest, LLC, a leader in image quality testing software, analysis, test charts, and test lab equipment, and Furonteer, the forerunner in the field of ADAS/Autonomous Sensing Camera Assembly & Test Equipment, announced that Furonteer has purchased the exclusive license to Imatest’s intrinsic geometric calibration software. The two companies partnered originally in 2019 to launch the Imatest-Furonteer geometric calibration solution.
On January 5th, 2021, Imatest annouces Rémi Lacombe as Vice-Chairman of Imatest LLC to guide our success into 2021 and beyond.
Imatest LLC Chief Technical Officer and Founder Norman Koren was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award by AutoSens during the latest AutoSense-Detroit.
Imatest attended the P2020 meeting on May 13 and 14, 2019 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Paul Romancyzk, PhD., Senior Imaging Scientist, and Rob Sumner, Lead Engineer, represented Imatest. Paul co-led the discussion on Color Separation within the Image Quality for Machine Vision subgroup.
Imatest will attend AutoSens in Detroit on May 14-16, 2019. AutoSens is a 3-day workshop, conference, and exhibition advancing the education for and development of vehicle perception technology. It brings together over a thousand minds in vehicle perception, ADAS, and autonomous vehicles twice a year—in Detroit, Michigan USA in May, and Brussels, Belgium in September. (more…)
Imatest sent two engineers to the IEEE P2020 Automotive Imaging Quality face-to-face meeting in Dusseldorf, Germany this past February in 2019. The IEEE P2020 standard, which is still in development, aims to define KPIs and test procedures to address the many challenges relevant (and often unique) to automotive imaging. (more…)
Learn more about the development of standards for automotive camera systems.
The IEEE-SA P2020 is a working group for automotive imaging standards. Its goal is to define a set of standards to resolve the current ambiguity in the measurement of image quality in automotive imaging systems. (more…)
By Robert Sumner
With contributions from Ranga Burada, Henry Koren, Brienna Rogers and Norman Koren
Consistency is a fundamental aspect of successful image quality testing. Each component in your system may contribute to variation in test results. For tasks such as pass/fail testing, the primary goal is to identify the variation due to the component and ignore the variation due to noise. Being able to accurately replicate test results with variability limited to 1-5% will give you a more accurate description of how your product will perform. (more…)
We now offer a complete, customizable image quality testing solution for security camera systems to provide our customers with an easy, effective way to outfit their labs. While working with some of the top security camera manufacturers, our engineers have compiled all of the necessary lab materials in a convenient package. (more…)
Autofocus plays a major role in many camera system applications with variable focus, including consumer electronic devices. Camera systems must be able to focus at a variety of distances. Optical systems on cameras only allow a certain range of distances from the camera to be in focus at once (this is often known as the depth of field, or depth of focus). (more…)