MicroSys at electronica, Messe München, November 13-16, 2018

ADAS compute plattform for industrial use
Start Date

13.11.2018 - 10:00

End date

16.11.2018 - 18:00


MicroSys will show its miriac® SBC-S32V234 platform for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) on the Avnet Silica booth 514-B4 in hall B4. It is the central processing unit of the Myestro Mystery Tour demonstrator and is based on an NXP® S32V234 CPU. On the demonstrator Myestro (www.myestro.de) shows its Computer Vision Framework (CVF) for 3D real-time image processing. This hardware and software combination is an enabler for the most diverse applications in robotics, industrial automation or for autonomous driving applications.

  • High performance video and image processing based on NXPs S32V CPUs for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)
  • Combined signal processing and computing capabilities for environment detection in the smallest form factor
  • 50GFLOPs floating point performance @ ~ 5 Watts
  • Versions for rugged industrial use available
  • Ready for functionally safe operation
  • Offered under NXPs longevity program

Further information about the miriac® SBC-S32V234 platform can be found here:



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