Arriver has started to optimize and deploy its software for vision perception and drive policy on the Qualcomm® Snapdragon Ride™ Platform. The Drive Policy software is being ported by Arriver to the Snapdragon Ride Platform with Lane Support System, Forward Collision Warning, and Autonomous Emergency Braking as initial functionalities.
Arriver™ is using the artificial intelligence and deep learning techniques to deploy its 5th generation 8MP Vision Perception on the Snapdragon Ride Platform.
Deep learning utilizes the new Convolutional Neural Network (CNN), a machine learning method for predicting output given some input, enables vehicle recognition up to 400 meters and pedestrian recognition up to 150 meters. CNN is approximately more than 50 times larger compared to the existing generation, and enables improvement in true positive (TP) rate, as well as significantly lowers false positive (FP) results with a factor ~x10-x50, given a fixed TP rate, allowing for the higher accuracy necessary for when the car takes over responsibility for the driver, as in Level 3 applications and beyond.
The Arriver™ 5th generation 8MP Vision Perception software will be scalable, flexible, and expected to be available to auto manufacturers and Tier-1 suppliers as part of Qualcomm Technologies‘ future product offerings.