If news of last week’s ADAS-fest at CES in Las Vegas has peaked your interest in self-driving and assisted-driving technology, you can get up close and personal with that technology by attending this week’s CAR-ELE in Tokyo. Xilinx and its partners will be demonstrating several operational ADAS technologies based on the new Xilinx Zynq UltraScale MPSoC and the battle-tested Zynq-7000 SoC in the Xilinx booth (W8-54).
Among the demos: a 5-Camera ADAS Development Platform presented by Xylon, eVS (embedded Vision Systems), and DDC (Digital Design Corp). The 5-camera demo is based on Xylon’s logiADAK Driver Assistance Kit version 3.1for the Xilinx Zynq-7000 SoC. Xylon’s logiADAK 3.1 extends the functionality of the company’s logiADAK platform to include efficient multi-object classification, encompassing vehicle and cyclist detection in addition to pedestrian detection. The logiADAK kit includes everything you need to install a system on your own vehicle including five sealed megapixel cameras.
In the Xilinx booth at the CAR-ELE show, you’ll see a logiADAK 3.1 platform mounted on a remote-control car that you can drive in “parking lot” installed in the booth.