Enabled zero glare from car headlights for pedestrian convenience

Success Stories

Enabled zero glare from car headlights for pedestrian convenience
Japanese Automotive Tier-1

Scope: Customer was looking for a partner to develop an Adaptive Driving Beam system integrating DLP to reduce glare on pedestrians and cyclists and to ensure more precise control of light distribution through independent LED control.


  • Platform: TI TDA 2X, DLP5531-Q1, Linux
  • Conceptualization and competitive market analysis
  • Selection of hardware platform based on performance analysis and peripheral interfacing
  • Porting, optimization and development of pedestrian detection algorithm
    • Deep learning models developed using Keras library
    • Developed Python scripts for post processing
  • Performance optimization and validation
  • System integration


Leveraging Sasken’s expertise, customer was one of the first to market with a solution that detects humans on the road and adjusts headlights such that there is zero glare on the pedestrian.

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