Arthur Stout

Director of AI Product Management,Teledyne FLIR

Arthur Stout is the director of AI Product Management for Teledyne FLIR’s OEM Infrared Camera division in Santa Barbara, CA. He is a 30-year veteran in business development, marketing, and product management in the IR imaging industry.

FIGURE 1. Illustration of intersection over union (IoU) performance measure.
Detectors & Imaging

Overcoming the challenges of bringing AI to the edge

Feb. 8, 2022
Ongoing development efforts and technology advances are setting the stage for affordable and functional AI at the edge.
FIGURE 1. Advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and fully autonomous vehicle (AV) systems depend on a variety of optoelectronic sensors (a) positioned on the moving vehicle (b) to ensure occupant safety.

Photonics Applied: Transportation: Datasets accelerate integration of thermal imaging systems into autonomous vehicles

Dec. 2, 2018
Thermal sensor datasets empower the automotive community to create safer and more efficient ADAS and driverless-vehicle systems in conditions of darkness and through fog and sun...
Laser illumination can be used to illuminate any location 24 hours a day. This nighttime infrared image, taken at a private runway, was acquired at long range with a laser illuminator (right; visible daytime image from different perspective is shown at left). The target is 1.5 m wide by 0.5 m high. There was no moon and the sky was slightly overcast. The target was imaged at a range of 600 m by a charge-coupled-device camera with a 12.5- to 75-mm zoom lens set at 75-mm focal length.

Infrared lasers light wide swaths for surveillance

April 1, 2003
Keeping watch at near-infrared wavelengths often requires artificial light sources. Lasers combined with simple large-area optics provide illumination at large ranges.