Camera chip uses AI for monitoring applications

January 23, 2019 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
Camera chip uses AI for monitoring applications
Ambarella's SoC CV25 offers AI capabilities for cameras used in automotive retrofits as well as home surveillance and professional video surveillance.

Ambarella, developer of video processing and computer vision semiconductors, introduces the camera System-on-Chip (SoC) CV25. This latest member of the CVflow family combines advanced image processing with powerful video coding and CVflow image processing in a single power-saving design. The CV25's CVflow architecture provides the Deep Neural Network (DNN) processing required for the next generation of affordable and intelligent home surveillance, professional surveillance and automotive retrofit solutions, including intelligent dash cameras, driver monitoring systems (DMS) and electronic mirrors.

With the CV25, Ambarella aims to bring sophisticated computer vision to the mainstream. With the SoC, the company is focusing on reducing customers' total system costs for providing significant image processing performance, high quality image processing and advanced cyber security features with very low power consumption. CV25-based cameras can apply artificial intelligence (AI), allowing functions such as real-time view recognition to be performed on the camera rather than in the cloud.


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