Developers of the new wave of smart mobility solutions require rock-solid in-vehicle systems that not only deliver robust processing power and integrated visual intelligence, but are also able to support the various automotive cameras needed for autonomous vehicle and driver assistance applications. Without the right system, ambitious projects can be mired in development, bleeding time, money, and other resources. The demands of these applications require scalable solutions that can not only be rapidly deployed but are also available over the long term through a dependable supply source.
It’s time for another VIA Pixetto round-up, summarizing an exciting two months of tutorials. This edition comprises a slightly more advanced set of tutorials compared to previous months. All the experiments below require additional hardware (such as an Arduino board) in order to be completed, and represent a perfect step-up, both for those who have […]
In-vehicle system calibration can be a complex and time-consuming process. Not to mention an expensive one if you have carry out tens, hundreds, or even thousands of such installations across your fleet. Making this process as simple and painless as possible has been one of our most important design goals for our VIA Mobile360 in-vehicle […]
While driving is an everyday occurrence for many, the hazards faced on the road have been anything but eradicated. With the ubiquity of smart phones, which beg for our attention at any point in time, the dangers of participating in road traffic with distracted drivers and pedestrians have increased exponentially. To address this issue, modern […]
Just because it cannot be seen, does not mean it is not there. This fact rings especially true when one is behind the wheel of an automobile. Blind spots and impaired visibility are still serious challenges to road safety. As old as automobiles themselves, these very real limitations can pose a great risk to drivers […]