Leveraging 35 years of automotive experience and billions of analog and embedded processing solutions shipped to automotive manufacturers worldwide, TI created both the TDA and Jacinto families of processors to enable designers to deliver applications that are safer and more connected.
TI’s architecture allows for increased concurrencies allowing designers to further extend image, signal and vision processing capabilities. Additionally, TI’s automotive processors provide greater power efficiency than other solutions, using general purpose processors and facilitate multi-OS and multi-domain software architecture.
TI’s TDAx driver assistance SoC family offers scalable and open solutions based on a common hardware and software architecture for ADAS applications, including camera-based front (mono/stereo), rear, surround view and night vision systems, and multi-range radar and sensor fusion systems.
The Jacinto family of processors provides support for a variety of automotive digital cockpit applications including infotainment, head unit co-processing for infotainment, informational ADAS, integrated digital cockpit, digital instrument cluster, head-up display and more.
The Jacinto family of processors is powering infotainment systems such as Ford SYNC 3, Volkswagen MIB-II, SAIC-Alibaba “Internet Car” and BMW.