Recognize those cars?
This is one of the demonstrations running at the Neusoft Corp. booth. Look closely and you’ll see a tablet running a video of a scene a driver might see going down the road. A camera picks up the tablet video and sends it to a Neusoft forward camera ADAS algorithm that picks out vehicles and other objects of interest. This particular demo ran on NXP S32V hardware, but the software is hardware agnostic. Another Neusoft demo of visual-based driving behavior analytics ran on an Nvidia TX2 platform and an open-source convolutional neural network. Neusoft, which originated in 1991 at Northeastern University in China, competes somewhat with Mobileye in the ADAS software area.