Mobileye, Tesla, Renesas, Xilinx…An Overview of ADAS Vision SoCs

This market research report was originally published at the Yole Group’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of the Yole Group.

ADAS SoC: a new way to drive safety and assistance performance

  • Mobileye is still the leader in ADAS/AD processor market share, with around 52% of the revenue in 2022.

  • Central processors are representing around 15% of the total revenue, with two main competitors, Tesla and Nvidia.

  • In the last two years, Qualcomm made several designs wins on ADAS, and starting in 2023 they are expected to win significant market shares.

The automotive industry witnesses the increasing importance of High-performance Systems-on-Chips (SoCs). Indeed, they support processing and computing in several vehicle segments, including centralized computing, in-cabin sensing, infotainment and cloud computing. Among the several application, the imaging within Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) one stands out from the crowd. The processor insures high speed operations for data streams from camera, radar, LiDAR and the central system in cars. This fortifies the ADAS and enhances driving safety and assistance performance.

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