Chip designer has announced two new for automotive cameras and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) based on its CVflow architecture for artificial intelligence processing. The Santa Clara, California-based company unveiled the CV22FS and CV2FS automotive camera system-on-chips (SoCs) with CVflow AI processing and ASIL-B compliance to enable safety-critical applications.
Ambarella will also demo applications with its existing chips — as well as a robotics platform and Amazon SageMaker Neo technology for training machine-learning models — at CES 2020, the big tech trade show in Las Vegas this week.
The company, which in 2011, started out as a . But it parlayed that capability into and launched its CVflow architecture in 2018 to create low-power artificial intelligence chips. Now it has 760 employees and is competing