VATICS chooses CEVA Imaging and Vision DSP for its surveillance and smart camera SoCs

CEVA, Inc. has announced that VATICS, INC., has licensed the CEVA imaging and vision DSP for its next-generation SoCs targeting surveillance and smart network cameras.

VATICS will leverage the computer vision and scene analytics capabilities of the DSP to greatly improve image quality and enable a new level of intelligent surveillance.

Sor Shen, VP of VATICS said: “Adding intelligent vision processing into the edge device enables powerful analytical functionality in real-time, creating a whole new range of use cases for smarter security, consumer and retail applications. The CEVA imaging and vision DSP delivers outstanding performance and the flexibility to implement advanced algorithms in software for any use case, allowing us to reuse the same SoC design to address multiple markets.”

“We are pleased to welcome VATICS, a leading surveillance camera vendor, to the growing list of companies adopting our imaging and vision DSPs for their computer vision and video analytics requirements. It is increasingly evident that advanced imaging and vision processing requires a dedicated computer vision DSP to maximise system performance and power efficiency. With the inclusion of our DSP, VATICS’ next-generation SoCs are set to raise the bar in intelligent surveillance,” said Gideon Wertheizer, CEO of CEVA.

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