EyeQ is a family of autonomous driving SoCs designed for real-time visual recognition and scene interpretation. First introduced in 2004, those chips are used for driver assistance through level five driving automation.
- Main article: EyeQ1
- Main article: EyeQ2
- Main article: EyeQ3
- Main article: EyeQ4
- Main article: EyeQ5
- Main article: EyeQ6
Announced in early 2018, the EyeQ6 will make use of Intel's Atom cores.
|first announced||March 8, 2004 +|
|first launched||March 8, 2004 +|
|full page name||mobileye/eyeq +|
|instance of||system on a chip family +|
|main designer||Mobileye +|
|manufacturer||STMicroelectronics + and TSMC +|
|process||180 nm (0.18 μm, 1.8e-4 mm) +, 90 nm (0.09 μm, 9.0e-5 mm) +, 40 nm (0.04 μm, 4.0e-5 mm) +, 28 nm (0.028 μm, 2.8e-5 mm) + and 7 nm (0.007 μm, 7.0e-6 mm) +|