LA Times: Qualcomm unveils ‘digital chassis’ tech at CES as it diversifies beyond smartphones

Portrait of young woman on the street wearing face protective mask to prevent Coronavirus and anti-smog and using smartphone

Qualcomm has opened the hood on its “digital chassis” strategy at CES in Las Vegas, showcasing efforts to expand mobile technologies beyond smartphones and deeper into cars.

The moves include a new computer vision processor called the Snapdragon Ride Vision System, which the company says will deliver advanced driver assistance via onboard cameras beginning in 2024.

Read the full article at the LA Times.

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