The driving assistance tech uses 3D perception technology to provide a ‘scalable’ system for autonomous vehicles

Scarlett Evans, Assistant Editor, IoT World Today

January 9, 2024

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Stradvision unveiled its new 3D Perception Network at CES 2024
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Stradvision, an automotive company creating perception tech for autonomous vehicles, is unveiling its new 3D Perception Network at CES 2024, taking place Jan 9-12 in Las Vegas.

The tech, which the company said will “revolutionize” the autonomous driving industry, will be integrated into Stradvision’s SVNet system, providing a scalable advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) service across all levels of autonomy. 

SVNet is Stradvision’s core technology used for its ADAS product line, including its ProDriver, ParkAgent and ImmersiView. The AI-enabled tool uses deep learning-based perception software to recognize and identify various objects captured by camera data. 

Under the new updates, SVNet will integrate Texas Instruments’ automotive processors into its ADAS system to improve its scalability and innovation. 

According to a company statement, Stradvision said SVNet offers automotive developers “deep learning-based embedded perception algorithms for Level 2 autonomy…using Texas Instruments AM62A processor and TDA4 family of processors.” 

Stradvision said the update marks the first production use of the next-gen 3D Perception Network, slated for the fourth quarter of 2024, in a “milestone move” for the company.  

"Our collaboration with Texas Instruments signifies a significant leap forward in perception technology,” said Junhwan Kim, Stradvision’s CEO. “The integration of the next-gen 3D Perception Network into SVNet reinforces our commitment to delivering scalable and innovative solutions for ADAS and autonomous driving."

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Scarlett Evans

Assistant Editor, IoT World Today

Scarlett Evans is the assistant editor for IoT World Today, with a particular focus on robotics and smart city technologies. Scarlett has previous experience in minerals and resources with Mine Australia, Mine Technology and Power Technology. She joined Informa in April 2022.

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