Socionext presents IoT, imaging, and AI technologies at embedded world 2018

February 2, 2018 ECD Staff

Socionext Inc., Socionext Europe, and Socionext Embedded Software Austria will showcase latest technologies at Embedded World, Nuremberg, Germany, from February 27 to March 1 in hall 4, booth 4-479.

IoT and graphics technologies

The range of IoT and graphics technologies on display include Socionextʼs graphics display controller SC1701, designed for in-vehicle remote display applications based on the SEERIS Graphics Processor. This device meets the increasing demands in the automotive market for 4K resolution video and high-speed data connectivity up to 12 Gbps.

The 360° Wrap-Around View System, based on the new Socionext Graphics SoC SC1810 series, uses images from up to six cameras to create a 3D hemispheric view of a vehicleʼs surroundings and allows users to selectively view images. For in-vehicle driver assistance and infotainment systems, the Socionext 3D Acoustic Surround Sound Technology offers audible navigation assistance as well as warning of impending dangers.

Imaging technologies

Imaging applications powered by Socionextʼs Milbeaut technology will also be on display. Milbeaut image signal processors provide high resolution imaging due to their high-definition image pipelines, fast processing speeds, and low power consumption. The demonstrations at the embedded world 2018 will include a surveillance camera solution that will feature the SC2002 processor, which delivers great picture quality even in low light environments.

Industry 4.0 technology

The Socionext Industrial Ethernet Processor (IEP) for Industry 4.0 supports time sensitive networking (TSN) and realizes deterministic Ethernet. It is also possible to support different industrial Ethernet protocols at low latency. The IEP will be available as an IP block for ASIC. ASSP implementation is also planned.

AI accelerator on SynQuacerTM Series

Socionext will showcase SynQuacer E-series, which is the native development kit for ARM 64-bit multi-core. Software developed on this kit can be used on ARM-based systems. Combined with an AI accelerator chip, this kit can be a stand-alone AI software evaluation tool, as well as a trial kit to establish new cognitive computing on a particular data set. For real use cases of IT system implementation, Socionext offers the SynQuacer S-series, a hyperscale ARM server which allows attachment of the same AI accelerator chips to each CPU card. These are just some of the latest technologies that will be showcased at embeddedweorld in hall 3A, booth 119.

Socionext Embedded Software Austria is presenting its latest technology at Embedded HMI design at booth 4-479 in hall 4. SESA will showcase different innovative solutions that match the current HMI and GUI trends. Demonstrations will include a range of in-vehicle solutions, such as the Cecil hypervisor HMI demo, a functional safety demo, a CGI Studio Android demo and many more. Wednesday 28, at 11:30 am, SESA will also be available at the embedded world exhibitorʼs forum in hall 4 discussing current trends in development and usage of automotive HMI.

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