One of the world’s largest chip producers Qualcommthe fourth generation that will make vehicles smarter Snapdragon Automotive Cockpit Platforms introduced at the virtual ‘Automotive Redefined’ event.
Fourth generation Snapdragon Automotive Cockpit Platforms Introduced
Cars are quickly adapting to this trend, as almost every device around us is getting smarter. Thus autonomous vehicle or smart car we hear the concepts more often than ever before.
Qualcomm, generally known for its chips produced for smartphones, is a two-day virtual ‘Automotive Redefined’ At the event, it introduced the fourth generation Snapdragon Automotive Cockpit Platforms that will arrive in cars by early 2024 at the latest.
Technology that enables higher performance with less energy 5 nanometer chip production based on. Speaking in an interview before the event, Nakul Duggal, general manager of Qualcomm’s automobile division, said “Many entertainment and information ecosystems that you can use today in your home, office or phone will be a part of your car.” used the expressions.
New platform includes superior artificial intelligence features
“Cars will be more aware of their surroundings. They will also be able to go autonomously. This and more will become a part of our lives in the next four or five years, Duggal said.
Fourth generation Snapdragon Automotive Cockpit Platformsadvanced graphics, multimedia, computer vision and visualization that make the cockpit smarter and fully adaptable to passengers’ preferences. artificial intelligence features contains.
Supporting 10 or more multiple high resolution screens that can be used for navigation and entertainment, the platform also has multiple high resolution camera inputs to monitor what is happening in or around the car.
Enhanced artificial intelligence capabilities on the platform; more driver and passenger customization, in-vehicle virtual assistancenatural volume control, driver monitoring and detection of passenger presence will provide the opportunity. The technology can continuously learn and adapt to the preferences of passengers regarding infotainment and vehicle controls such as seat and mirror positioning, air conditioning and sound preferences.
Currently equipped with Qualcomm’s technology approx. 150 million cars there is. Vehicles using the third generation Snapdragon Automotive Cockpit Platform will be available for sale this year. Vehicles with the fourth generation Snapdragon Automotive Cockpit Platform will hit the road in late 2023 or 2024.