Automated Driving Domain Controller
As a core component in automated-driving vehicles, the ADAS domain controller analyses and fuses data from cameras, millimetre wave radar, ultrasonic radar and other sensors to complete the understanding of scenarios and realise functions such as real-time path planning and vehicle dynamics control.
System Features
Competitive localized hardware solutions with three Horizon Journey 3 chips
Passive cooling, no auxiliary cooling accessory needed. Rich interfaces, and able to connect multiple sensors e.g. 10V5R12U, for driving and parking functionalities of L2 and L2++ automation system
System Diagram

Major Models