ADAS: the latest solutions designed by chip vendors

Last week we wrote about forward-looking ADAS—or advanced driver-assistance systems—and NXP experience in this sphere. Today we would like to present some other solutions for connected cars designed by globally leading companies.


Last year Ambarella introduced a new automotive camera system-on-chip — CV22AQ SoC. The picture provides the target applications of Ambarella’s solution:

Source: Ambarella

Ambarella and HELLA Aglaia

This two companies became partners to upgrade existing front cameras for ADAS. Ambarella's CV22AQ CVflow computer vision processor coupled with HELLA Aglaia's software offers artificial intelligence features and image signal processor (ISP). The CVflow architecture supports 4K or 8K video processing at 30 frames per second, so car drivers can use object detection feature over long distances with high precision.

Texas Instruments

The American semiconductor company TI has a range of complex solutions for ADAS:

  • The TDAx system-on-chip (SoC)
  • FPD-Link III
  • Wide VIN power solutions
  • ESD protection solutions

According to forecasts, the ADAS market will reach $143,051 million by 2025 with a CAGR grows at 21% from 2017 to 2025. Be up-to-date with the latest news in such a prospective sphere!