embedded world 2017: Seeking ALPHA for Autonomous Drive Applications

March 20, 2017
At embedded world 2017, Milan Bjelica, UI/UX lead at RT-RK walks Rich Nass of Embedded Computing Design through a semi-autonomous driving demonstration (Hall 4, Booth 614) based on TDA2 chips from Texas Instruments and a software stack from RT-RK. Implemented in a mirror replacement application, Milan explains how the low-cost entry platform for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), codenamed ALPHA, will enable innovation and scale in safety-critical autonomous drive applications.
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