This unique ASIC is a fully electronic odometer for use in automobile and electric vehicle applications. It has two decade counters for “Season” and “Trip” mileage, as well as a programmable prescaler. Data is kept even if power is lost since it is kept in nonvolatile memory (EEPROM).
There is also a driver for a seven-digit LCD display. Self-driving cars are being improved by artificial intelligence (AI), and they are just beginning to tap into the full potential of AI in the automotive industry. The full delegation of all safety-related decisions to the vehicle itself will be the main emphasis of future development of autonomous vehicles.
The Global Automotive AI-enabled ASIC market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The OAX8000 is an automotive-specific AI-enabled integrated circuit (ASIC), launched by OmniVision. The new ASIC is designed to work with standalone driver monitoring systems (DMS) that are at a lower price point. The DMS processor receives on-chip DDR3 SDRAM memory (1GB) through the use of a stacked-die architecture. Also integrated into the DMS are an image signal processor (ISP) and a neural processing unit (NPU).
For eye gazing and eye tracking algorithms, this enables processing rates of up to 1.1 trillion operations per second. Under normal circumstances, the OAX8000 and vehicle image sensors only use 1 watt. The well-liked TensorFlow, Caffe, MXNet, and ONNX tool chains are compatible with the OAX8000’s on-chip NPU, according to a press statement from the manufacturer.
This ASIC also incorporates hardware for image processing, video encoding, and RGB/IR processing, as well as four Arm Cortex A5 CPU cores with Neon technology for accelerated video encoding/decoding and on-chip video analytics algorithms. The RBG/IR image sensors can provide input to the ASIC thanks to its HDR processing capabilities. The included video encoders can output videos with up to 2K resolution and 30 frames per second that have a maximum resolution of 5 megapixels.
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