D3 Engineering’s Jerome Barczykowski will present “System engineering considerations in rugged/automotive camera module design” at Image Sensors Auto Americas, October 10–11 in San Francisco, CA.
“Performance-critical imaging systems require a comprehensive approach to provide a solution that meets or exceeds multiple competing criteria,” Barczykowski said. “The best design methodology for a team involved these applications is to follow a system engineering process.”
This presentation will outline how to apply system engineering concepts to rugged/automotive camera module design. An overview of the approach, design trade-offs, and manufacturing techniques—supported by real-world examples—will allow the audience to leave with concrete steps to take into their own designs.
D3 Engineering has been developing embedded vision systems for commercial, automotive and industrial applications for more than 15 years. The company is a platinum partner in the TI Design Network and a Premier Ecosystem Partner for radar and vision systems development. As Autonomous Systems Product Line Manager at D3 Engineering, Barczykowski leads development of embedded vision systems for automotive applications. He has a strong background in embedded hardware and software design, advanced motion control, and product development. He holds a BSEE degree from Rochester Institute of Technology and an MS degree from University of Rochester.
About D3 Engineering
D3 Engineering provides embedded electronic design services for original equipment manufacturers in commercial, industrial, transportation, infrastructure, medical, and defense industries. Its DesignCore™ platforms and proven stage-gate development processes help D3’s OEM partners to minimize the cost, schedule and technical risks of their new product development. D3 specializes in autonomous systems, embedded vision, connected automation, motor control, and digital power solutions for performance-critical applications. Systems development services include hardware and firmware design, validation testing, transition to production, and OEM/ODM products.