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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.

Various object identification applications run on the company's Drive PX ADAS platform, based on the Tegra X1 SoC.

The algorithm is based on the HOG (histogram of oriented gradients) method in combination with the SVM (support vector machine) classifier.

The face detection algorithm runs on the company's IVP image and video processing core.

The demonstrated applications for home and other consumer usage opportunities are enabled by Seedonk's software-as-service technologies.

The algorithm operates even if the person being observed is wearing sunglasses, and is applicable to ADAS and other applications.

Vision processing-based face recognition is one of the smart watch-implemented applications showcased in this demonstration video.

TDA2x has the flexibility and scalability to support running multiple concurrent algorithms on different cores via the Vision SDK framework.

Selective region-of-interest compression occurs in conjunction with a GPU-accelerated face detection algorithm.

NVIDIA's David Anderson demonstrates the company's Drive Studio development tool, which enables the creation of user experience interfaces.

Altera's solution for stereo vision IP runs on the company's Cyclone V SoC.