Qualcomm has revealed its vision to develop the features of semi-autonomous cars through its new “Snapdragon Ride Vision” platform.
Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon Ride Vision platform aims to expand the features of self-driving cars, through a system in a 4-nm chip, based on the Arriver computing system, which supports the building of a driving assistant for Level 2 and Level 3 semi-autonomous driving.
The Snapdragon Ride Vision platform can support road architecture and engineering awareness, to support motorists with roads and pedestrians, using 8-megapixel wide-angle cameras.
The platform can also support driver monitoring to support drivers’ eye and hand focus, while monitoring nearby vehicles when parking.
The platform is characterized by a flexible design that supports customization to be compatible with different cars and their features, with the ability to update the system features, and the platform is scheduled to be launched in cars in 2024.