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Beginning 2016, the European New Car Assessment program (NCAP) will allocate increased scoring measures for pedestrian detection capabilities. This means that any car fitted with technologies that enable detection of a pedestrian in a hazardous situation and as a result perform collision avoidance measures shall be rewarded with an increased NCAP score. These systems must be designed and manufactured based on a solid automotive development flow. This session will address the vision processing requirements for pedestrian detection and provide training on how vision algorithms may be implemented to respond to NCAP requirements in a safe, secure and reliable way.