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Cipia exhibits Nvidia-based Cabin Sense tech at CES 2024

Cipia exhibits Nvidia-based Cabin Sense tech at CES 2024

Cipia, an AI computer vision in-cabin automotive solutions provider, will showcase Cabin Sense at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2024.

This technology includes driver and occupancy monitoring and is expected to enter serial production in 2024. 

Cipia’s Cabin Sense can be integrated into various automotive computing platforms. It is specifically designed to work with standalone ECUs and ADAS and IVI domain controllers. Notably, Nvidia DRIVE stands out as the industry’s first commercially available platform for Cabin Sense.

Integrating driver and occupant monitoring on the same SoC and sensor can reduce costs and speed up market adoption, according to Tal Krzypow, VP of product & strategy at Cipia.

“Tapping the proven NVIDIA DRIVE compute platform is a natural choice to introduce these capabilities,” states Krzypow.

The NVIDIA DRIVE Orin SoC is a central computer for intelligent vehicles, delivering 254 trillion operations per second. It supports in-cabin applications and enables highly automated and autonomous driving capabilities, ranging from level 2++ to level 5.

According to Rishi Dhall, the VP of automotive at NVIDIA, the automotive industry is progressively adopting generative AI and large language models in vehicles.

“Cipa’s in-cabin sensing software running on NVIDIA’s robust accelerated compute hardware offers automakers and tier 1 manufacturers a system for creating smart, safe and delightful experiences inside the car,” states Dhall.

Alongside this news, Cipia is also announcing the availability of the Cabin Sense embedded evaluation kit. Cipia will be at LVCC, North Hall Booth #11022 at CES.

Cipia provides intelligent sensing solutions that utilize edge-based computer vision and AI for enhanced mobility experiences. The company offers other products, including Driver Sense and Cipia-FS10, catering to driver monitoring, occupancy monitoring and video telematics for telematics service providers and fleets.

In 2022, Cipia raised $9 million in funding through Private Investment in Public Equity (PIPE) led by Alexandre Weinstein.

Cipia planned to use funds for global expansion, focusing on the US, Europe and China. At the time, they also planned to invest in R&D to advance their vehicle in-cabin sensing solutions.

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