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Video Interviews & Demos

NVIDIA's Drive PX ADAS platform is based on the Tegra X1 SoC.

Peter McGuinness, Director of Multimedia Technology Marketing, demonstrates a lane departure warning application.

A variety of front, surround and rear view ADAS applications are demonstrated by CEO Dr. Csaba Rekeczky running on an Altera Cyclone V SoC.

The HOG (Histogram of Oriented Gradients)- and Haar-based people-detection algorithm runs on the company's MM3101 vision processing core.

ADAS and other automotive infotainment applications run on the company's DRA75x "Jacinto 6 Ex" SoC.

The company's Drive CX ADAS platform is based on the Tegra X1 SoC.

The technique is applicable to a variety of ADAS and other applications, and runs on the company's vision processing cores.

Demos include OpenCL-based and GPU-accelerated video tracking and analytics and face detection algorithms, as well as Android frameworks.

The Lucas-Kanade optical flow algorithm runs on the company's Cyclone V SoC development kit.

TDA3x is the latest "little brother" device in the TDA family of processors that are targeted at ADAS applications.