EVs are a catalyst for rethinking a vehicle's electrical architecture and upgrading the cockpit to fully digital.
- A 4K instrument cluster with integrated driver monitoring infrared cameras for facial recognition and head and eye-gaze tracking, which will be important to assessing driver readiness to resume control of an automated vehicle.
- A DriveCore™ autonomous driving platform, which will provide automakers a fail-safe domain controller, with a high degree of computing power scalability, which supports the integration of data from multiple camera, Lidar and radar sensors. DriveCore™ is the first open platform in the industry that offers highly scalable computing power and software to perform late sensor fusion to enable rapid development of autonomous systems for Level 3 and above.
- A low-cost, stand-alone V2X (vehicle-to-everything) module.
- A SmartCore™ domain controller, launched with a European-based automaker in early 2018, which enables the integration of the instrument cluster, infotainment system and other features in a single ECU.
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