Nuvoton Technology Corporation, a leading microcontroller platform provider, will showcase important products at the Embedded World 2023 show in Nuremberg Germany: the new MA35D1 processor for object detection on edge computing and a series of automotive/industrial battery monitoring ICs that enhance battery durability, safety, performance, and sustainability.
NuMicro MA35D1 series is a heterogeneous multi-core microprocessor targeted to high-end edge IIoT gateway. It is based on dual 64-bit Arm Cortex-A35 cores with speed up to 1 GHz, and one 180 MHz Arm Cortex-M4 core. Based on the high-performance cores, the MA35D1 series facilitates the tiny AI/ML for edge computing.
The video on YouTube is about a demonstration of sensors that are designed to detect driver status and emergency situations. These sensors are manufactured by a semiconductor company that provides image sensors for various markets, such as the automotive market. The demonstration includes a 3D tof camera that can detect the direction of a driver’s face and eyes, the distance of objects, and the state of the driver. The camera has image Tif sensors and four light sources. Another example is a camera designed for autonomous applications that detect obstacles, such as autonomous vacuum cleaners and tractors. The camera has a range of up to 50 meters. The video also introduces a new product, a microcontroller, and a new technology in battery management and deterioration diagnosis. The battery monitoring chips come in two types: one for industrial use and one for automotive use. The chips can measure the health of a battery, its range, and its cycle. The technology used for monitoring battery health is called electrochemical impotence spectroscopy. It can help determine the state of the battery’s health by analyzing the signals it generates. (chatgpt generated this paragraph based on auto subtitle)
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