> 16.-17. October 2012 Detroit (USA) – Xylon's new Xilinx-Zynq SoC based ADAS development platform publicly
presented for the first time at the SAE Convergence 2012 exhibition
Xylon was one of the presented partner companies at Xilinx® booth at the SAE Convergence 2012 exhibition. We presented the latest Xylon's logiADAK Automotive Driver Assistance Kit
development Platform, which is co-developed with Xilinx and Xilinx partners.
The logiADAK is Xilinx Zynq-7000 All Programmable SoC-based platform for upcoming automotive driver assistance applications that require intensive real-time video processing, parallel execution of multiple advanced algorithms and versatile interfacing with sensors and vehicle's communication backbones.
The Zynq-7000 AP SoC integrates ARM® processing system and enables ADAS designers to implement a familiar software-based system, and expand it by fully customized hardware accelerators. The abundant performance and reprogrammability of the Zynq-7000 device enables ADAS designers to design SoCs that outperform competing solutions and achieve a new level of system differentiation through a combination of hardware-accelerated video inputs from multiple camera inputs and the ability to quickly adapt to ever changing sensor setups and interfacing.
The platform comes with reference SoC designs, supporting software, demo applications and hardware that enables test vehicle installations. Xylon currently provides 3D Surround View
and Pedestrian Detection
demo applications, and plans to showcase additional driver assistance applications designed by the company and Xilinx partners.
Full availability scheduled for December, 2012.
Read the Xilinx Press Release "Xilinx Accelerates Automotive Driver Assistance Deployment at SAE Convergence 2012".