The 2000Top/s computer uses AI for automated driving


The computer called Phoenix is also offered in 500 and 1000 Top/s forms. Multiple high-resolution, high-frame-rate video streams can be processed simultaneously, and the device can be updated remotely.

The software architecture allows OEMs to customize its autonomous driving technology stacks to add features, the company said, and it offers an AI visual perception stack with L2+ support that will include a variety of object classification and detection features: vehicles, vulnerable road users, traffic sign detection , traffic light detection and lane detection, for example.< /p>

Founded in 2017, it has offices in San Jose and Munich. Investors include BMW iVentures, Toyota Ventures, Bosch, Continental, Forvia and FluxUnit-Osram Ventures.



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