StradVision SVNet offers scalable ADAS product line regardless of autonomous driving level


Stradvision (CEO Kim Jun-hwan), which applied the next-generation 3D Perception Network to its object recognition solution ‘SVNet’, announced that it will provide a scalable ADAS product line that is not limited by autonomous driving level to Texas Instruments (TI) automotive processor.

This collaboration between StradVision and TI is significant as the first mass production introduction of the next-generation 3D Perception Network, which StradVision successfully developed and will be introduced for the first time at CES® 2024. With the goal of mass production in the fourth quarter of 2024, it is expected to revolutionize the field of autonomous driving.

SVNet uses TI’s AM62A processor and TDA4 processor families to implement Level 2 ADAS solutions and provides deep learning-based embedded recognition algorithms to automotive developers along with a basic front-camera feature set. For ADAS and autonomous driving (AD) systems of level 2+ or higher, the TDA4VH-Q1 processor is utilized.

StradVision has already proven its technological maturity for ADAS processors to customers through the TI TDA4VH SoC. In order to meet the needs for a variety of solutions along with the successful customer response, we support multi-camera for the TDA4x processor family. At this CES® 2024 Stradvision booth, a SW demo including TI TDA4VH-Q1 SoC will be presented to customers.

StradVision CEO Kim Jun-hwan said, “Through this cooperation with TI, StradVision was able to take a technological leap forward. In particular, by integrating the next-generation 3D Perception Network into SVNet, we have been able to provide the industry with a scalable ADAS product line that is independent of the level of autonomous driving,” he said, adding, “We will continue to strive to provide cutting-edge solutions to the automotive industry.” .

Meanwhile, Stradvision will participate in CES 2024 held in Las Vegas from January 9 to 12, 2024. SVNet product portfolio (including TI TDA4VH-Q1 SoC) applying next-generation ‘3D recognition network’ at a booth set up in Hospitality Suite #28115 of the Westgate Hotel, connected to the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) is disclosed to industry officials.​

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