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Toshiba recognition processor helps drivers

3/5/2013 08:07 PM EST
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chanj0
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chanj0   3/8/2013 7:11:19 AM
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The drivers' assist is a good way to build consumers' confidence to self driving cars. I hope there are more cars using Visconti 3 or similar product. BTW, does Toshiba have patent protection to Visconti?

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Peter Clarke   3/7/2013 1:08:10 PM
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This is the Visconti 3, the most recent part and almost certainly the same as the one you found on Toshiba's site

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c.scott   3/6/2013 6:18:01 PM
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Search on Toshiba site reveals no such part. Searching for "Visconti" shows a TMPV75228XBG Visconti3 part. Perhaps Toshiba has two different versions, or is this an older part?

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