TDA3x Automotive Starter Kit
2GHz FPD-Link III
TI TDA3x Vision Processor
D3 Engineering helps your team shorten development time of embedded Autonomous Systems for automotive and transportation applications. We create solutions for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), infotainment, navigation, and active safety.
EMERGING DESIGNS FOR MOBILE AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS ON VEHICLES RELY ON:
We offer a range of product development services. We can deliver full-cycle embedded system development. Or we can help your product development team with specific tasks such as processor selection, system architecture, sensor integration, and algorithm integration and optimization.
Our Starter Kits, Develoment Kits and proven Reference Designs feature industry-leading mobile vision processor and millimeter wave radar sensor technology, along with a real-time embedded software framework. Use them to guide your own development, or work with D3 to customize a DesignCore™ Platform for your system.
Our Starter Kits are designed for rapid evaluation of technology on the lab bench. Engineers can quickly evaluate and adopt new technology.
This benchtop Starter Kit allows for fast evaluation of D3 Radar Modules with Texas Instruments mmWave radar technology. Features include small form factor module mounted on a baseboard, easy interface to a PC or embedded platform for test and evaluation, application software, and demonstration programs for common automotive radar applications.
Based on the Texas Instruments TDAx line of automotive vision processors, this rugged, compact design supports multiple simultaneous vision sensors, radar sensors, and a host of peripherals including displays, CAN, USB, and Gigabit Ethernet.
All Rugged Vision Platform (RVP) Development Kits accept camera inputs using the FPD-Link III high-bandwidth serial camera interface.
Some RVP models include a Vision Acceleration Pac (EVE) that offloads the vision analytics functionality from the processor while also reducing the power footprint. The Vision Acceleration Pac (EVE) is optimized for vision processing with a 32-bit RISC core for efficient program execution and a vector coprocessor for specialized vision processing.
The RVP-TDA3x is a multi-camera platform for low-cost Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). It includes the Vision Acceleration Pac (EVE). It is the only processor in the DesignCore™ RVP-series to feature an internal ISP (Image Signal Processor). It does not include an ARM core or a CODEC. The Development Kit supports four camera inputs, but can be customized as required.
The RVP-TDA2x is a multi-camera platform for high-end ADAS systems. It includes two ARM A15 application processors, up to four Vision Acceleration Pac (EVE) coprocessors, and a hardware-accelerated H.264 encoder. The Development Kit supports eight camera inputs, but can be customized as required.
The RVP-TDA2Eco is a multi-camera platform for ADAS and infotainment systems that do not require intensive real-time vision processing. It includes a single ARM A15 application processor and a hardware-accelerated H.264 CODEC. The RVP-TDA2Eco does not have the Vision Acceleration Pac (EVE). The Development Kit supports four camera inputs, but can be customized as required.
The DesignCore™ Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Development Kit incorporates one of the DesignCore™ RVP Development Kits above. In addition, the kit contains up to four rugged camera modules, a display, cables, software, and calibration tools.
These compact radar modules facilitate rapid integration of real-time radar into automotive applications. Features include small form factor module (38mm x 38mm), simple interface, easy integration into embedded systems, and customized solutions & support.
Complete systems are ready for direct integration into your automotive system. Contact ODM@D3Engineering.com to learn more.
D3 Engineering has the specialized design skills, proven autonomous system technologies, and reliable development process you need. Let us help you pave the fastest, lowest-risk path to market. Contact sales@D3Engineering.com today.