Combining pioneering research in environmental perception with advances in DNN (Deep Neural Network) processing, Ambarella’s autonomous technologies have performed successfully in a variety of demanding scenarios, including the DARPA Grand Challenge (2005), a trip from Italy to China in full autonomous mode (2010), driverless navigation at highway speeds (2015), and the launch of EVA: Embedded Vehicle Autonomy (2018 - pictured).
Ambarella continues to advance its research in critical areas of autonomous vehicle development such as vehicle detection, obstacle detection, pedestrian detection, lane detection, traffic sign recognition, and terrain mapping, as well as issues related to technology commercialization, such as system calibration, illumination, noise, temperature, power consumption, and installation requirements.
Replacing a vehicle's mirrors with viewing cameras is a demanding task. These cameras must provide latency-free, reliable video that consistently outperforms the optical mirrors they replace. Ambarella viewing cameras enhance the visibility of traffic, filter out distracting glare and LED flickering from headlights, improve fuel economy by reducing drag, and offer intelligent safety features such as Blindspot Monitoring and Overtaking Vehicle Detection.
Ambarella’s 360-degree surround view solution uses multiple cameras to present a single, unified image of the vehicle from a top-down, bird’s eye view. Offering both 2D and 3D operations, intelligent parking assist features, as well as recording and streaming capabilities, Ambarella’s four-channel surround view systems provide drivers with unobstructed, distortion-free views of the vehicle from every side.
When the primary goal is to capture the highest-quality video—whether to test vehicle performance, to gather critical evidence, or purely for the enjoyment of the road—Ambarella is an established leader in the field, offering both aftermarket and OEM drive recording solutions.