Image recognition processor enhances automotive safety

Posted By : Nat Bowers
Image recognition processor enhances automotive safety

DENSO is utilising Toshiba’s TMPV7506XBG image recognition processor in its latest front-camera-based active safety system, which will be equipped in vehicles to reach the market in late 2015. The image recognition processor IC supports multiple camera-based ADAS functions, including lane detection, vehicle detection, pedestrian detection and traffic sign recognition. It concurrently executes multiple applications with low power consumption.

Toshiba is developing a family of automotive image recognition processor solutions. Products include TMPV7528XBG, which adds an ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore, and the TMPV7608XBG, which offers Toshiba’s original colour-based pattern recognition technology, suited for pedestrian recognition at night.

Toshiba is committed to innovations in safety and technology in automotive semiconductor solutions that meet the requirements of European New Car Assessment Programme (NCAP) and other automotive safety requirements.

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