Next generation video codec standard for machines: Page 2 of 2

August 20, 2019 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Next generation video codec standard for machines
Gyrfalcon Technology Inc., along with China Telecom, have proposed a next generation video codec called, "video coding for machines" (VCM), which provides compression coding for machine vision, as well as compression for human-machine hybrid vision. 

Gyrfalcon Technology has been active in the MPEG standards for more than two years, and has been recognized by industry analysts for technology innovations leveraging artificial intelligence and deep learning. In addition, China Telecom conducted extensive research on various video-coding technologies for machine vision and human-machine hybrid vision. China Telecom looked at the data intensive environment of wireless and the emergence of 5G, together with AI, deep learning, feature extraction and video analysis together with existing video processing and coding technologies. 

5G will stimulate a new flood of valuable applications and services supported by machines for use cases such as inter-car networking, autonomous vehicles, industrial solutions, smart cities, smart places, AR/VR Gaming and personal devices.

The VCM group will include; China Telecom, Gyrfalcon of Milpitas CA, Johanneum Research of Graz, Austria, Leibniz University of  Hannover, Germany, Peking University, Zhejiang University, Institute of Computing Technology, as part of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Huawei, ZTE, Lulu, Sony, NEC, Softbank, Honda, Samsung and LG.


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