Continental integrates Ambarella’s scalable system-on-chip family into advanced driver assistance systems

Continental integrates Ambarella’s scalable system-on-chip family into advanced driver assistance systems

In the future, there will be continental offer Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) solution based on cv3 Artificial intelligence (AI) system-on-chip (SoC) family from a semiconductor company umbrella, The high-performance, power-efficient and scalable SOC portfolio, built for ADAS applications, complements Continental’s solutions for assisted driving and advances vehicle automation.

Ambarella’s ASIL B(D)-compliant CV3 domain controller system on chip (SoC) delivers industry-leading AI performance per watt for neural network (NN) computation, with up to 40x compared to Ambarella’s prior automotive family of SoCs There is a performance increase of more.

In addition, the CV3 includes a general vector processor (GVP), an advanced image processor, a dense stereo and optical flow engine, up to 16 Arm Cortex-A78AE CPUs, and an automotive GPU in a single SoC.

Ambarella’s highly efficient CVflow artificial intelligence (AI) engine enables high-performance, low-latency and low-power NN processing for ADAS and L2+ to L4 autonomous vehicles.

The more sensors installed in a vehicle, the more data is collected to explore the environment. The solution, combined with centralized single-chip processing based on 5-nanometer technology, enables the next generation of vehicles to process environmental perception from multiple sensors even faster, thanks to increased performance levels.

Sensor solutions include high-resolution cameras, radar, lidar as well as ultrasonic sensors. The integrated SoC enables early data fusion, in which information from different sensors is processed simultaneously for different applications such as emergency brake assist, parking or cruising.

After exchanging views on various use cases with Ambarella for two years, Continental is now integrating its high-performance, low-latency and low-power processing chipsets into our assisted driving solutions. This brings our ADAS systems to the next level and helps to process the ever-increasing amount of sensor data in the vehicle. With it, we get a more comprehensive and accurate environmental perception.

We have now combined our expertise in this area to offer the scalable solutions expected by the market, along with an enhanced level of system performance.

-Frank Petznik, Head of the Autonomous Mobility Business Area at Continental


Continental’s driver assistance systems enhanced with Ambarella’s SoCs can process more aggregated data faster. In this way, they increase accuracy and enable a greater range of functions. The high scalability of the System-on-Chip family allows vehicle manufacturers to choose the required performance level for their system requirements using the same vehicle architecture.

Despite the high performance and accuracy, the solution consumes little power. It also results in less cooling effort, allowing for sustainable energy savings, while also reducing system costs. As an added value for vehicle manufacturers, they can reduce their engineering investment in all types of vehicles.

Continental’s ADAS system with integrated system-on-chip will be demonstrated for the first time at CES 2023 in Las Vegas in January 2023.

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