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Ambarella, Inc. The CV25's CVflow architecture provides the Deep Neural Network DNN processing required for the next generation of affordable and intelligent home monitoring, professional surveillance, and aftermarket automotive solutions, including smart dash-cameras, Driver Monitoring Systems DMS , and electronic mirrors. CVbased cameras are capable of performing AI at the edge, allowing features like facial recognition to happen in real-time on the device" " CV25 brings computer vision at the edge into the mainstream, " said Fermi Wang, President and CEO of Ambarella.

CVbased cameras are capable of performing Artificial Intelligence AI at the edge, allowing features like facial recognition to happen in real-time on the device, rather than in the cloud. AI applications enabled at the edge include person recognition and the ability to distinguish between pets, persons, and vehicles.

In smart video doorbells, CV25 can automatically recognize familiar faces approaching the front door, flag unknown persons, and alert the homeowner when a package is delivered. In driver monitoring systems, it can detect a driver's drowsiness or level of distraction by monitoring their eyes and facial expressions.

Based on 10nm ultra-low power process technology, the CV25 chip is optimized for wire-free camera applications that require long battery life and small form factors. Ambarella's complete set of CV tools helps customers easily port their own neural networks onto CV The set includes a compiler, debugger, and support for industry-standard machine learning frameworks such as Caffe tm and TensorFlow tm , with extensive guidelines for Convolutional Neural Networks CNN performance optimizations.

You are not alone: operators everywhere are asking themselves what are they going to do? How are they going to get back to business, and fast? How are they going to cost-effectively operate with all the new safety requirements that have arisen as a result of COVID? How are they going to ensure it all gets done for the safety of customers and staff?

How are they going to protect their brand from the negative exposure of being identified as a property with a reputation for COVID? The economic impact of COVID is expected to hit brick and mortar businesses the worst, as their businesses are dependent on people being physically present.

This means, that for those of you in the business of travel, conferences, co-working spaces, retail stores, museums, art galleries, restaurants, sports arenas, hotels, cruises, airlines, resorts, theme parks, long-term care, education, etc. To ensure your property is safe and secure, it is no longer just about access control, video surveillance and intruder alarms; it is also about sanitisation To get back to business and operating at full capacity after COVID, operations must find a way to eliminate the fear, uncertainty and doubt in the minds of their customers and employees.

To ensure your property is safe and secure, it is no longer just about access control, video surveillance and intruder alarms; it is also about sanitization, the lines between the security and maintenance just blurred. From customers, to employees, to government regulators, to management, the focus is now on operations and the sanitization policies, procedures and actions of the team.

To put this change of priority into perspective, six months ago, sanitisation was not top of mind for people. Why, because it was not a life or death issue, we had other first world problems to garner our attention. From an operations perspective if we enabled a sanitization issue to become significant enough to impact the safety of customers and staff and therefore the brand, then that was an operational choice versus a mistake. Also, important to consider, while people may not hold an operation liable during this first wave, we can guarantee they are not going to be as understanding during the second wave or a future pandemic.

To safely get back to business, the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention CDC and the Occupational Health and Safety regulators emphasis that all operations need a pandemic response plan and should follow these simple guidelines: Develop your plan Implement your plan Maintain and revise your plan While this sounds simple enough, keep in mind that requirements are constantly evolving and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future, or at least until all the research is in.

To create an emergency response plan for a pandemic, properties must first determine what needs to be sanitized. The challenge is when you step back and consider what people touch in a day; the list quickly grows. If you think about it, the list is extensive; telephones, doorknobs, drawer handles, counters, pens, keypads, computers, etc. If we then combine that with the fact that CDC requires that all high touch locations must not only be cleaned more often, but that they also require that each location is first cleaned with soap and water, and then disinfected for one minute before finally being wiped down.

This means a one-minute task just turned into a 4-minute task, that must now be completed multiple times a day. From a resourcing perspective this adds up quickly, and operating efficiency must be a priority. Not to mention it is going to get very complicated to measure and manage especially. Post COVID rules Getting back to business is going to be complicated; lots to do, lots of moving parts and no technology to help.

The fundamental challenge to keep in mind is not that the sanitization requirements have evolved, the real issue is that for most businesses this area has been left unchanged for generations. Still today most rely on checklists, logbooks and inspections to manage the responsibilities of our front-line workers, which might have been fine before COVID. Post-COVID the rules have changed and so should the approach to managing physical operating compliance on the front lines. COVID like most physical operating requirements is tactical, detailed and specific; broad strokes, the honor system and inspections are not going to cut it.

Only with the right data can we significantly improve the operational decisions necessary to accelerate our return to full operating capacity. At the end of the day, to fully recover, operations must eliminate the fear, uncertainty and doubt in the minds of customers and employees, only then can we really get back to business.

The general public gets much of its understanding of security industry technology from watching movies and TV. However, there is a gap between reality and the fantasy world.

Understanding of security technologies may also be shaped by news coverage, including expression of extreme or even exaggerated concerns about privacy. With the postponement of tradeshows and events due to the effects of COVID, Vanderbilt and ComNet have taken their high quality, innovative solutions online, directly to their customer base.

With a majority of the world currently working from home, businesses must respond to this changing landscape. As such, Vanderbilt and ComNet have turned to online resources to share new product demonstrations and other company news. Ross Wilks, Head of Marketing Communications at Vanderbilt, credits this online resource as the anchor to their communicative success with customers at present. Attendance to these online events has proved popular and effective in keeping communication with our customer base open and engaging.

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Ambarella, Inc. Ambarella's products are used in a wide variety of human and computer vision applications, including video security, advanced driver assistance systems ADAS , electronic mirror, drive recorder , driver and in-cabin monitoring , autonomous driving , and robotics applications. Ambarella's system on chips SoCs are designed to deliver a combination of video compression, image processing, and computer vision performance with low-power operation to enable cameras to extract data from high-resolution video streams. Soon after, Ambarella applied this same technology to consumer video and security IP camera markets, focusing on the development of low-power, compression -efficient chips capable of producing high-quality imagery in challenging lighting and high-motion environments. Over the next decade, Ambarella chips were featured in a number of notable consumer camera products, including the GoPro Hero, the Dropcam by Nest , and the DJI Phantom series of drones. In July Ambarella acquired VisLab , [2] a pioneer in perception systems and autonomous vehicle research founded by Professor Alberto Broggi. VisLab has a history of developing computer vision and intelligent control systems for automotive and commercial applications, including ADAS and autonomous vehicles.


Ambarella, Inc. Other potential applications for the processors include electronic mirrors with blind spot detection BSD , interior driver and cabin monitoring cameras, and around view monitors AVM with parking assist. ZF is pleased to be working with Ambarella on the intelligent viewing platforms for Surround View Visualisation". ZF, a global technology tier-1 and supplier of systems for passenger cars and commercial vehicles, is working with Ambarella on viewing and sensing systems:. Ambarella will also demonstrate a range of applications from other key partners running on the CVflow engine.

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