Computer vision requires an almost unlimited amount of processing power and plays to our strength of delivering high performance at a low cost and high efficiency.”. The Machine The CV22 is a full system-on-a-chip, which combines image signal processing with video encoding all on a single chip. And that’s exactly what it’s doing with the shift to vision processing, a key component of artificial intelligence processing. When DJI realized that the video quality did not live up to expectations, they scrambled to come up with a way to improve it. “Computer vision is the next big challenge for us. customer applications including computer vision, wireless networking, All rights reserved. © 2017 Ambarella. Such drones can navigate on their own, know their location, and detect and avoid obstacles. Making sense of AI. Apparently, DJI had decided not to use Ambarella sensors for the DJI Mavic 2 Pro. The CV1 chip can do computer vision processing up to 4K resolution or 8-megapixel resolution, said Chris Day, vice president of marketing and business development at Ambarella, in an interview. Rivals include Qualcomm, Nvidia, and Intel. It can handle low-light processing and high-dynamic range processing, which means it can capture nuances of lighting and shadows in high-contrast scenes. Kohn said visual processing solutions now cost hundreds of dollars, but Ambarella wants to deliver something much more cost-effective. Ambarella Introduces 8K Ultra HD SoCs for Virtual Reality and Drone Cameras. The H3’s hardware de-warping Today, the company is launching two new chips that will bring advanced vision processing to next-generation cars, drones, and security cameras. Ambarella compression chips are also used in broadcasting TV programs worldwide. Ambarella, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMBA), is a leading developer of low-power, high-definition and Ultra HD video compression and image processing solutions. Drones are especially hard because they require a balance of good processing and compact size, but the quality of drone performance has a wide range. It can do 4K or 8-megapixel resolution at 30 frames per second. (HDR) video processing handles high contrast and wide color range It can do 4K 60-frames-per-second video encoding, Day said, and it has dual-core quad-core ARM processors, depending on the version. Stabilization (EIS), capable of generating a smooth 4Kp60 video output Ambarella, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMBA), a leading developer of low-power, HD and Ultra HD video processing semiconductors, today introduced the H3 System-on-Chip (SoC) for high-end drones and a new generation of video cameras, including 360-degree and virtual reality cameras. The Company’s products are used in a variety of cameras including security IP-cameras, wearable cameras, drone cameras and … oversampling and image stabilization also enables higher video quality The H3 video SoC enables 8K Ultra HD H.264/AVC video at 30 frames per second, as well as multiple video streams with equivalent performance, including 360-degree cameras with dual 4KP60 sensor video capture. In contrast to digital signal processors (DSPs) or graphics processing units (GPUs), the CVflow designs can scale up to much higher performance levels per core, or processing brain, Kohn said. About AmbarellaAmbarella, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMBA), is a leading developer of low-power, high-definition and Ultra HD video compression and image processing solutions. Ambarella will demo the chip running in a self-driving car that has multiple advanced cameras. “It allows for much more efficient computation,” Kohn said. Ambarella H3 SoC delivers 8K Ultra HD at 30 frames per second and 4K Ultra HD at 120 frames per second. The integration of a quad-core ARM® Cortex®-A53 CPU Ambarella has survived by doing things that other larger chip companies can’t do, such as high-end, extremely power-efficient image processing. H3 includes a powerful multi-channel ISP for 360 degree video capture The invitation-only event held during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in It also features Ambarella’s advanced Electronic Image their respective holders. combination of 8K video capture together with Ambarella’s advanced Instead, the drone maker went for a cheaper no-brand processor. Ambarella Introduces H22, a 4K Ultra HD SoC for the Next Generation of Drones and Sports Cameras, Ambarella Introduces Automotive Multi-Camera Electronic Mirror and Surround View SoCs. All brand names, product names, or trademarks belong to Its 10-bit HEVC High Dynamic Range Today, the company is launching two … indistinguishable to the human eye at any reasonable distance. experience to the end user, as pixels at this resolution are “H3 delivers 8Kp30 video performance to match the next Called EVA, the chip can power applications such as an electronic mirrors, pedestrian and traffic light detection, lane detection, terrain modeling, and surround view imaging.