Features and Capabilities

Live Sense SDK for Linux uses a forward-facing camera to detect signs and objects that appear on the road ahead to inform drivers of upcoming obstacles, guidance maneuvers, and changes in the environment.

Live Sense product offerings include the following features and capabilities:

Object Detection & Classification

Using a camera-enabled edge device, objects on the road and in the surrounding space can be detected and classified, including:

  • Vehicles (cars, trucks, or buses)
  • Pedestrians
  • Riders
  • Bicycles
  • Vehicle brakes
  • Potholes
  • Construction zones
  • Traffic lights
  • Speed limits
  • Speed Bumps
  • Speed Bumps Signs
  • Bridges
  • Tunnels
  • Height restriction signs

Up-to-Date Information

Using the forward-facing or external camera of a device, users benefit from real-time detection of possible obstacles. The immediate notifications can be visual and can advise on a variety of objects.

Parallel Inference

The inference by different models simultaneously to alert for multiple features detected.

Availability for a Variety of Devices

Compatible with a variety of Linux based devices, including but not limited to Jetson Nano and Xavier, and Google Coral. The performance of Live Sense SDK for Linux will vary between devices, with primary determinants being different processors and display resolutions.

No Connectivity Required

Key features of the app, including detection, classification, and notification do not require data or a Wi-Fi connection, freeing up data consumption on the edge device.

Connected Alerts

Connected alerts in Live Sense SDK for Linux are achieved through real-time hazard alerts between users of Live Sense SDK for Linux. Any real-time hazard (road signs/objects) detected by one user at a specific location will be shared/updated to all users in the close vicinity of the same location. This data is managed via HERE Data Hub. For more information on HERE Data Hub, see HERE Data Hub documentation.

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