Ambarell and HELLA Aglaia are partnering to deliver a platform for the next generation of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).
The platform is based on Ambarella’s CV22AQ CVflow computer vision processor, which offers Image Signal Processor (ISP) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) computing performance with low power consumption, typically below 2.5 watts.
Combined with HELLA Aglaia’s software, the platform enables forward-facing, single-box ADAS cameras with AI features and image content recognition, requirements for safety-critical applications.
The CV22AQ’s CVflow architecture provides computer vision processing at full 4K or 8-Megapixel resolution at 30 frames per second (fps), to enable image recognition over long distances and with high accuracy. Its ISP provides imaging in low light conditions while High Dynamic Range (HDR) processing extracts maximum image detail in high-contrast scenes, further enhancing the computer vision capabilities of the chip. CV22AQ includes a suite of advanced security features to protect against hacking, including secure boot, TrustZone™, and I/O virtualization.
HELLA Aglaia’s vision software stack scales from perception functions for NCAP applications like Automated Emergency Braking, Lane Keeping, Glare Free High Beam and Speed Assist to camera-based AI functions like Mono-Depth for any object detection or semantic free space for L2/L3 applications like Highway Pilot. Aglaia’s software stack is modular and allows easy integration with customer- or third-party software.
Source: Press Release