|NXP, LG Electronics and HELLA Collaborate on Automotive Vision Platform|
Many of today’s automotive vision platforms are proprietary, inflexible and provide little room for automakers to differentiate in the global marketplace. They also inhibit further software integration and innovation and generally lock out the ability to combine the best available sensing technology and software sources in the market. The collaborators’ joint development work, led by
The camera-based vision system, developed by
Additionally, the system is designed to detect traffic signs, notify the driver of speed limits, monitor lane keeping and facilitate steering correction in case of unintentional drift. NXP’s accelerated vision processing IP, together with algorithm expertise from HELLA Aglaia and LG allow such applications to run at very low latency and within a market leading power envelope.
The Platform, Automakers and Future Drivers
The new vision platform aims to provide automakers and suppliers with the technology they need to compete in NCAP 2020 testing scenarios. The solution’s goals are to strengthen the detection and classification of vulnerable road users with less delay, trigger emergency braking and emergency collision avoidance and to bring predictive sensing of hazardous conditions such as low light and obstructed view. The vision platform will also pave the way for advanced new features to augment self-driving tasks and smart AI networks.
Vision Platform Contributions
HELLA is a leading automotive supplier operating on the international stage.
NXP’s vision processing capability, together with its safety, security and quality leadership makes it an ideal partner in the car vision space. Its S32V family of vision processors offers powerful GPU for surround view image stitching and offloads advanced vision processing and machine learning algorithms to APEX-D engines. It also has high-performance per power envelope (GHz/mW) for low power ADAS vision processing. This adds additional capabilities within the same system environment and gives carmakers and suppliers an opportunity to reduce road fatalities by deploying advanced detection algorithms on a safe, secure and certified automotive ISO26262 foundation. NXP’s SoC platforms are built on open software standards to enable suppliers and OEMs to implement their own differentiating ADAS technologies.
Witness the power of NXP/LG based vision and radar systems at CES 2018, booth #CP-25 in the
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“NXP is delighted to announce this strategic partnership with LG and HELLA Aglaia,” said Kurt Sievers, executive vice president and general manager of NXP’s automotive business. “At a time when global road fatalities still capture headlines across the globe it is important that innovators come together and contribute their own expertise to solving safety challenges. NXP’s S32V family of processors are uniquely positioned to accelerate detection algorithms and make safety decisions in a secure, redundant, fully automotive SoC platform.”
"We aim to drive the trend toward autonomous driving and the collaboration with LG and NXP further supports our ambition,” said Kay Talmi, managing director of HELLA Aglaia. "Partnerships like this one help strengthen our market position and provide us with all the prerequisites to further roll out our new business model: a complete set of front-camera software functions under an open and transparent licensing model. This allows a cost-efficient implementation of functions for individual Euro NCAP requirements as well as scaling to future systems for highly automated driving.”
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Kiyomi Masuda (増田 清美)
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|January 10, 2018|