Jacinto™ TDA ADAS solutions look to the future of autonomous driving

Other Parts Discussed in Post: TDA2

Autonomous cars have gone from being something confined to futuristic sci-fi TV and movies to something we see tested on the roads today. There is still a lot of work to be done before fully autonomous cars are ready for the mass market, but today’s technology is helping cars begin to progress through the Society of Automotive Engineers’ (SAE) levels of autonomy[1].

CES 2018 has showcased many of these technologies this week, and our TI team is highlighting the capabilities of our latest Jacinto™ automotive processors, including our newest Jacinto TDA2P processor family. Here are a few of this year’s “what’s next” highlights from the show floor:

Advanced 3-D surround view with KPIT analytics. The TDA2P-based 3-D surround-view demo combines 2MP camera support, an integrated image signal processor (ISP), adaptive bowl viewing and advanced analytics from KPIT to provide a high-quality 360-degree view around the vehicle.

Camera monitoring systems with LED flicker mitigation. Our TDA3-based camera monitoring system uses our best-in-class integrated ISP to enable LED flicker mitigation with high performance at low power.

 

New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) front camera with Hella Aglaia analytics. This TDA2P-based front camera system uses advanced analytics from Hella Aglaia to enable production-ready solutions.

 

Vision analytics using deep learning networks. RTRK’s TDA2-based embedded platform shows off advanced deep-learning algorithms from StradVision.

 

Interior technology with driver monitoring from Xperi-Fotonation. TDA3-based in-vehicle cabin technologies enable advanced driver monitoring and identification, occupancy detection, and vital sign tracking, along with advanced seat control.

 

A live vehicle experience from D3 Engineering. TI’s TDA2, TDA3, mmWave and flat panel display (FPD)-Link-based front camera, radar and surround view solutions on automotive-grade development platforms from D3 Engineering are integrated into a full-size vehicle for a test drive demo.

 

Whether your team is developing a digital cockpit solution or an advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) solution, the TI Jacinto processor family offers a tailored-fit option to provide optimal performance within a best-in-class power budget with cost-saving integration.

 


[1] https://www.sae.org/news/3544/

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