Archive | 2015

How Computer Vision Empowers Autonomous Drones

Computer vision technology is complementing GPS sensors in visually smarter drones in a quest to have autonomous features like object tracking, environment sensing, collisions avoiding and more. At the same time, 4K video, now a must-have feature, and other functions like 3D depth map creation pose significant computational challenges for the high-quality image- and video-processing […]

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CEVA’s November Newsletter is Out!

Forecasts say more than one million drones will be sold in the US during the upcoming holiday season alone. In fact drones have become so widespread that regulatory bodies around the world are worried about the threat they may pose. Just yesterday, for instance, the FAA issued new regulations on using and registering UAVs. Personally, […]

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Meet CEVA team at CES 2016!

Are you attending CES 2016- The world’s premier showcase for consumer electronics at January 6-9, 2016?  Could you benefit from a better networking with all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies where business gets done? We are delighted to invite you to join us at CES 2016, the world’s premier showcase for consumer electronics. Our suite No. […]

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CEVA’s New Communication DSPs Bring Lower Power, Lower Cost to Multimode Multimode and M2M Devices

Today we announced two new DSP vector processors to address precisely these challenges – the CEVA-XC5 and CEVA-XC8. Both are the newest members of the CEVA-XC architecture, which is a highly successful DSP with more than 30 licensees and tens of millions of devices already in the market. These two cores have been designed to […]

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Samsung Gear S2 3G Smartwatch Teardown – Guess Whose DSP Powers the Voice/Speech Recognition!

The website TechTime revealed earlier this week that teardown experts Chipworks got their hands on the latest Samsung Gear S2 SM-R730S Smartwatch with 3G and disassembled it. To not too many peoples surprise, the main CPU inside comes from Qualcomm, a brightspot for them during turbulent times for the wireless industry leader.   Samsung Gear […]

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The Case for Local Intelligence in IoT-centric Surveillance Devices

The network-centric security and surveillance industry enabled by the IP-based cameras has been steadily progressing over the years. Now the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT) promises to turn this segment into a mass surveillance infrastructure. However, the crossover between IoT and surveillance is also demanding the edge devices like security cameras to get […]

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How Computer Vision is Reshaping the Four Key Growth Segments of 2016

Computer vision and computational photography are an intrinsic part of the Internet of Things (IoT) arena where cameras and sensors reign supreme. This blog offers a quick overview of how computer vision technology is transforming the most crucial markets in 2016: mobile, automotive, security and surveillance, and drones. Mobile The digital camera in smartphones is […]

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CEVA’s Third Quarter 2015 Earnings – Record All-time Revenues!

Third Quarter 2015 saw CEVA hit all-time record high total revenues, reaching $16.2 million for the quarter. CEVA’s profitability was also the highest in three years, with earnings per share reaching 16 cents GAAP and 22 cents non-GAAP. Revenues were driven by a continued strong licensing environment and also royalty growth from a record 27 million […]

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Meet CEVA’s New Smart & Connected Development Platform

Today CEVA announced its new DSP-based IoT development platform – enabling developers prototype their IoT designs where the device needs to be both smart AND connected. The new platform combines a host of sensing, processing and connectivity technologies that mobile, wearable and smarthome SoC designs require. CEVA TeakLite-4 development board walk through Addressing this smart […]

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