FPGA-based Implementation of ADAS Bird's Eye View

The computation-intensive functions of the ADAS Bird’s Eye View (Surround View) application are accelerated and implemented in the FPGA to achieve 30 fps. The surrounding views of the car are stitched together to simplify the object detection for the processing system. The solution includes a TySOM-3-ZU7EV board, FMC-ADAS daughter card and 4x blue eagle cameras. In this demo, images from the cameras are captured using the FMC-ADAS and passed to the Zynq device on TySOM-3. The color space conversion, resizing and perspective transportation are done inside FPGA. Then, all the frames are stitched together to provide the bird’s eye view.

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