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Roadmap and System Organizations : Visconti™ Family

Roadmap

Toshiba has been developing image recognition processors since the 1990s and released a test chip in 2001. After making further improvements, we released a first-generation product, the Visconti™ (T5BG3XBG), in 2003. The product has been mass-produced since 2004 for advanced driver assistance systems, surveillance cameras and other applications.
In 2011, Toshiba released the Visconti2 (TMPV750) Series that incorporates not only a suite of image processing accelerators optimized for human recognition but also a new enhancement that allows the use of color cameras to detect both brightness and color. In 2013, Toshiba launched the Visconti3 (TMPV752) Series that contains two instances of Arm® Cortex®-A9 MPCore with single- and double-precision floating-point units (FPUs).

This is a roadmap of the TMPV75 and TMPV76 series of image recognition processors.

In November 2014, Toshiba unveiled the Visconti4 Series that delivers outstanding image recognition performance necessary for next-generation ADAS applications. Exploiting pattern recognition using luminance-based and color-based image information, the Visconti4 (TMPV760) Series delivers a significant improvement in image recognition at nighttime. Additionally, the Visconti4 (TMPV760) Series allows 3D reconstruction using the input stream of a monocular camera and can detect standstill obstacles on the road surface.

This is a roadmap of the Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and Euro NCAP Requirements.

Product List

Product Lineup (Parametric Search)
View the product list of image recognition processors to find products that meet your performance specifications.

Basic System Organizations

(1) Visconti4 TMPV7608XBG

This is the basic system configuration example of image recognition processor (TMPV7608XBG).

* The video input interface of the TMPV7608XBG has a 4-of-8 video switch.

(2) Visconti3 TMPV7528XBG

This is the basic system configuration example of image recognition processor (TMPV7528XBG).

(3) Visconti2 TMPV7506XBG

This is the basic system configuration example of image recognition processor (TMPV7506XBG).

(4) Visconti2 TMPV7502XBG

This is the basic system configuration example of image recognition processor (TMPV7502XBG).

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