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TULIPP project delivers results for embedded vision applications

TULIPP project delivers results for embedded vision applications
EU initiative targeting the development of high performance, energy-efficient embedded systems for the growing range of increasingly complex image processing applications, TULIPP (Towards Ubiquitous Low-power Image Processing Platforms), has delivered its first three use cases covering Medical X-Ray Imaging, automotive ADAS and UAVs. 
31st October 2018

Duo collaborate to advance autonomous driving applications

Duo collaborate to advance autonomous driving applications
  Wind River has announced that it has provided its VxWorks real time operating system to power the latest versions of MotionWise, TTTech Auto’s safety-software platform for autonomous driving applications.
25th October 2018

Are we anywhere near to fully autonomous cars?

Are we anywhere near to fully autonomous cars?
  Addison Lee plans self-driving taxis by 2021. It will start by creating detailed maps that record the position of kerbs, road signs and traffic lights, in preparation for autonomous cars. Dr Sally Epstein, Machine Learning expert at Cambridge Consultants, applauds the ambition but cautions that full autonomy remains a long way off.
23rd October 2018


AI powered pedestrians and road users to test autonomous cars

AI powered pedestrians and road users to test autonomous cars
WMG at the University of Warwick have begun work with a consortium of 11 organisations lead by Latent Logic in Oxford on a £2.7m UK government funded project to create a highly accurate virtual reality simulator environment, including Artificial Intelligence (AI) trained models of pedestrians and road users, to test connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs).
23rd October 2018

Ref design demonstrates small solution size for automotive cameras

Ref design demonstrates small solution size for automotive cameras
The TIDA-01130 reference design demonstrates a very small solution size for 2-MP automotive cameras with the capability of much faster forward channel data rate speeds by using MIPI CSI-2 interface and TI's 4Gbps FPD-Link III serialiser.
12th October 2018

Improving driving using human voice warnings

Improving driving using human voice warnings
eVoice enables the recording in advance of up to 100 warnings in the driver’s native language, that are adapted to various problematic behaviour patterns on the road. A user-friendly software program is used to determine the exact warning to be played to the driver depending on the nature of the event. 
9th October 2018

Evaluation platform speeds up development for ADAS applications

Evaluation platform speeds up development for ADAS applications
Designed to speed up development efforts and reduce time to market for ADAS applications, the TDA2Px EVM is a new evaluation platform from Texas Instruments. The TDA2Px EVM is based on a TDA2Px System-on-Chip (SoC) that incorporates a heterogeneous, scalable architecture.
4th October 2018

One step ahead: Adaptive radar systems for ADAS

One step ahead: Adaptive radar systems for ADAS
Constantly changing environments represent an enormous challenge for modern driver assistance systems. To meet these challenges, software controlled automotive radars offer entirely new opportunities. They are compact, low cost, and also extremely versatile and highly reconfigurable.
3rd October 2018

Automotive-grade IP in seven nanometre process for ADAS designs

Automotive-grade IP in seven nanometre process for ADAS designs
The delivery of automotive-grade DesignWare Controller and PHY IP for TSMC's seven nanometer (nm) FinFET process has been announced by Synopsys. The DesignWare LPDDR4x, MIPI CSI-2 and D-PHY, PCI Express 4.0, and security IP implement advanced automotive design rules for TSMC seven nanometre process to meet the stringent reliability and operation requirements of ADAS and autonomous driving system-on-chips (SoCs).
3rd October 2018

Autonomous vehicle communications record set using 5G

Autonomous vehicle communications record set using 5G
Researchers in WMG at the University of Warwick have set a new 5G communications speed record to a 'Level 4' low speed autonomous vehicle in the pioneer 28GHz millimetre wave band. They hit 2.867GBs per second in over-the-air transmissions, which is nearly 40 times faster than current fixed line broadband speeds. It is equivalent to sending a detailed satellite navigation map of the United Kingdom within a single second, or the full contents of a high definition blockbuster film in less than 10 seconds.
26th September 2018


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