Demo SoC Designs

ADAS demos are provided via three Xilinx® Zynq®-7000 All Programmable SoC configuration designs, which are used for different ADAS applications in different driving conditions. Depending on the vehicle's speed, the Zynq-7000 AP SoC programmable logic can be configured with a different set of custom hardware accelerators. Xylon provides the SoC designs in the binary configuration format.

logiADAK kit users can purchase the logiADAK-VDF Video Design Framework and quickly utilize the logiADAK hardware platform for their own ADAS SoC developments. The framework includes two complete camera-to-display SoC designs (included logicBRICKS IP cores licensed for prototyping) that use just a fraction of available programmable logic, significantly saves the design time and allows users to focus on their own ADAS innovation. CLICK HERE to read the datasheet!

 Zynq-7000 SoC low-speed design Low Speed Demo Design

This reference SoC design supports 360-degrees 3D Surround View, logiOWL Vehicle Self Calibration, Pedestrian Detection with Range Estimation and Rear-View Camera DA applications. The key IP cores are the logiHOG Objects Detector IP core and the logiVIEW Perspective Transformation and Lens Correction Image Processor (fish-eye correction, perspective transformations and texture mapping to curved planes).

 Zynq-7000 SoC high-speed design High Speed Demo Design

This reference SoC design supports Pedestrians/Bikes detection with the logiHOG Objects Detector, and Vehicle detection with the logiVDET Vehicle Detector IP Core. In addition,  Rear-Looking Lane Departure Warning is enabled by the logiLMD Lane Marking Detector. The vehicle's side blind spots are checked by the DDC Optical Flow Motion Estimation IP core.

Video inputs are controlled by the logiWIN Versatile Video Input IP cores, and the video output is displayed by the logiCVC-ML Compact Multilayer Video Controller IP core.

 Zynq-7000 SoC high-speed design for lab use Driver Drowsiness Detection

The logiFDT Face Detector and Tracker IP core finds and tracks the driver’s face and facial features in video sequences in real time, and returns full 3D head pose, gaze direction, facial features coordinates and a wealth of other information.

Outputs from this IP core are further processed by the logiDROWSINE Driver Drowsiness Detector IP core that continuously tracks nine facial behavioral features that indicate the drowsiness: PERCLOS, microsleep, yawn and others, in order to recognize different levels of drowsiness.


To learn more about IP licensing, please contact Xylon at info@logicbricks.com.

Read More:

- Introduction to the logiADAK Automotive Driver Assistance Kit
- ADAS demo applications included with the kit
- Download advanced software tools for object detectors configuration
- What is included with the kit?
- The logiADAK hardware platform - system connections diagram
- The logiADAK calibration for test vehicles
- Six (6) Camera Support
- logiADAK-VDF Video Design Framework
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