Qualcomm at CES: Digital chassis tech for cars takes center stage

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Qualcomm opened the hood on its “digital chassis” strategy Tuesday 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 will deliver advanced driver assistance via onboard cameras beginning in 2024. The San Diego company’s new leading-edge chip will square off against Intel’s Mobileye — the dominant firm in machine vision technology used in cars. Mobileye announced its own new chip at CES to help enable autonomous driving in partnership wi…

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