Thinkware uses Brodmann17’s ADAS Aftermarket Cloud AI to bring their high-end, NCAP-certified unit to market
Thinkware was looking for an ADAS Aftermarket Cloud-AI automotive quality ADAS solution for their DS-1 device. Thinkware Corporation is a world-leading provider of smart car technologies, headquartered in Seoul. The company is a world-leading dash camera brand and chose Brodmann17 to enable Advanced Driver Assistance (ADA) features for their next-generation aftermarket device. The growing need to put driver safety first, without compromising on cost or efficiency, led to a powerful combination of Thinkware’s ADAS and Brodmann17’s deep learning solution.
The Solution: Brodmann17’s ADAS Aftermarket Cloud AI
With the integration of Brodmann17’s low-power deep learning technology into Thinkware’s ADAS, the new generation of Thinkware ADAS benefits from increased accuracy while utilizing the same hardware and compute capacity from existing Thinkware dash cam offerings. Thinkware’s new generation of DS-1 integrating Brodmann17 novel deep learning was launched in early 2020.
About the product:
- NCAP-Aftermarket certified ADAS solution
- Full feature set: FCW, HMW, PCW, LDW
- High performance neural network on quad ARM cores
- New ADAS AI on existing Thinkware dash cameras.
“Brodmann17’s technology exceeded our expectations, in terms of agility and accuracy. The high performance based on the ARM Cortex Processor enabled Thinkware to improve our ADAS object detection capabilities without upgrading our hardware platform,” said Daewon Kim the Director for VC Development at Thinkware. Thinkware’s new generation of DS-1 integrating Brodmann17 novel deep learning was launched in early 2020. “It is gratifying to see Thinkware ADAS DS-1 now available to drivers. Bringing these potentially life-saving functions to everyone has been Brodmann17’s mission from day one”, said Adi Pinhas, co-founder and CEO of Brodmann17.
It is through the great work and dedication of Brodmann17’s team, that Thinkware’s ADAS DS-1 is available to drivers. Bringing these potentially life-saving functions to everyone has been the project’s mission from day one.