STRADVISION, an automotive industry pioneer in deep learning-based vision perception technology, is set to revolutionize the field of autonomous driving with the introduction of its next-gen 3D Perception Network. This groundbreaking technology will be seamlessly integrated into STRADVISION’s SVNet, providing a scalable advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) product line across all levels of autonomy. SVNet leverages the power of Texas Instruments’ automotive processors to drive innovation and scalability in ADAS.
In a milestone move, the collaboration targets the first production use of the next-gen 3D Perception Network in the fourth quarter of 2024, underlining STRADVISION’s commitment to delivering cutting-edge solutions to the automotive industry.
SVNet empowers automotive developers with deep learning-based embedded perception algorithms for Level 2 autonomy with a basic front camera feature set using Texas Instrument’s AM62A processor and TDA4 family of processors. For Level 2+ or higher ADAS and autonomous driving (AD) systems, SVNet leverages the TDA4VH-Q1 processor.
In response to the market’s demand for versatile solutions, STRADVISION showcases its multi-camera support for the TDA4x processor family. This highlights the maturity and adaptability of STRADVISION’s technology on TI’s ADAS processors, with successful customer acceptance on platforms like TDA4VH.
Attendees of CES® 2024 in Las Vegas are invited to experience live demonstrations of the TDA4VH-Q1 processor at the STRADVISION booth. These demos will provide firsthand insights into the advanced capabilities enabled by this powerful processor.
STRADVISION’s CEO, Junhwan Kim, said, “Our collaboration with Texas Instruments signifies a significant leap forward in perception technology. The integration of the next-gen 3D Perception Network into SVNet reinforces our commitment to delivering scalable and innovative solutions for ADAS and autonomous driving.”