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See multiple ADAS demos in the Xilinx booth next week at CAR-ELE JAPAN, located at Tokyo Big Sight

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Next week, the Xilinx booth at the CAR-ELE JAPAN show at Tokyo Big Sight will hold a variety of ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) demos based on Xilinx Zynq SoC and Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC devices from several companies including:

 

 

  • A camera-based driver monitoring system by Fovio, a pioneer in the emerging market segment of Driver Monitoring Systems.
  • A multi-camera system with Ethernet-based audio/video Bridging by Regulus, NEC Communication Systems, and Linear Technology
  • An advanced camera-and-display E-Mirror System by Toyota Tsusho Electronics Corporation
  • A high-end surround-view system employing sensor fusion by Xylon
  • A deep-learning system based on a CNN (Convolutional Neural Networks) running on a Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC

 

 

The Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC and original Zynq SoC offer a unique mix of ARM 32- and 64-bit processors with the heavy-duty processing you get from programmable logic, needed to process and manipulate video and to fuse data from a variety of sensors such as video and still cameras, radar, lidar, and sonar to create maps of the local environment.

 

If you are developing any sort of sensor-based electronic systems for future automotive products, you might want to come by the Xilinx booth (E35-38) to see what’s already been explored. We’re ready to help you get a jump on your design.