Processor can recognise lanes, road signs & vehicles

27th May 2014
Posted By : Staff Reporter
Processor can recognise lanes, road signs & vehicles

The introduction of the TMPV7502XBG signals an expansion of Toshiba Electronics Europe's line of TMPV750 image recognition processors. Designed for small-size camera modules, the device can be used in ADAS that recognise lanes, road signs, vehicles and pedestrians from images collected by cameras positioned around the car and in electronic side mirrors. 

The device is assembled in a package measuring just 11 x 11mm that realises low power consumption of just 0.6W (Typ.)[1]. The image recognition processor features Toshiba’s 32-bit RISC CPU MeP (Media embedded Processor) and two Toshiba multi-core Media Processing Engines (MPE).

The TMPV7502XBG incorporates one channel video input interface and optimized circuit configuration to enable the rapid detection of multiple vehicles, signs and people. This fast and highly accurate detection is made possible by the incorporation of CoHOG[2] hardware detection technology and four image processing accelerators.

Rated for operation at ambient temperatures of -40°C to 85°C, TMPV7502XBG is housed in a 324-pin P-LFBGA package measuring 11x 11mm with 0.5mm ball pitch. Sample shipment of TMPV7502XBG has started and Toshiba will commence mass production in November 2014.

 
[1] Representative value measured by Toshiba during image recognition processing (Typical value)
[2] Co-occurrence Histograms of Oriented Gradients

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