Automotive system-on-chipfamily

  • 09-Dec-2014 02:20 EST
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Texas Instruments extends its automotive system-on-chip (SoC) range with the TDA3x processor family, which is designed to help car manufacturers develop sophisticated advanced driver assistance systems applications that meet or exceed NCAP requirements, reduce collisions on the road, and enable a more autonomous driving experience in entry- to mid-level automobiles. Developed on the same architecture as other TDA devices, the cost-effective TDA3x offering extends scalability from the TDA2x devices on front camera, surround view, and fusion applications with the addition of smart rear camera and radar. The TDA3x SoC is based on a heterogeneous, scalable architecture that includes TI’s fixed- and floating-point dual TMS320C66x generation of digital signal processor cores, fully programmable Vision AccelerationPac containing an embedded vision engine, dual ARM Cortex-M4 cores along with an image signal processor and a host of peripherals.

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