CV22AQ CVflow computer vision processor powers new platform for advanced driver assistance systems

Ambarella, Inc. and HELLA Aglaia have partnered to create a new platform for next-generation advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). The CV22AQ CVflow computer vision processor from Ambarella has been paired with open application vision software from HELLA Aglaia to enable the creation of forward-facing, single-box ADAS cameras with advanced artificial intelligence.

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Ambarella, Inc. and HELLA Aglaia have partnered to create a new platform for next-generation advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). The CV22AQ CVflow computer vision processor from Ambarella has been paired with open application vision software from HELLA Aglaia to enable the creation of forward-facing, single-box ADAS cameras with advanced artificial intelligence.

The CV22AQ processes at 4K or 8 MPixel resolution at 30 fps. Ambarella says the processor excels at imaging in low light conditions and uses HDR processing to extract image details in high-contrast views, with power consumption typically below 2.5 w.

The vision software from HELLA Aglaia has been used for network capable application processor functions that include automated emergency braking and lane keeping, and for camera-based AI functions like mono depth for object detection or L2/L3 applications like Highway Pilot.

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