Recogni Inc., a leader in AI-based processing for autonomous vehicles, has announced the launch of Pegasus, a PCIe card that is set to revolutionize the field of autonomous mobility. The card will enhance the capabilities of Recogni’s Scorpio, the world’s first 1000 TOPS (Peta-Op) class inference solution for autonomous mobility, by allowing it to be configured for any autonomous mobility application. By integrating Pegasus with the Recogni Software Development Kit (SDK), users will have access to Scorpio’s powerful compute capabilities at a low power consumption, low latency, and low system cost.
Recogni recognizes the growing demand for autonomous capability across various forms of transportation. The company is committed to providing purpose-built solutions that can be easily integrated into any autonomous mobility application. With the new Pegasus PCIe card and Recogni’s SDK, Recogni empowers its customers with system architectural flexibility and fast deployment in autonomous mobility applications.
Pegasus has the ability to process up to four 8-megapixel cameras, providing front and surround views. The Recogni SDK assists in the conversion, compilation, profiling, and deployment of models. The perception output includes crucial features such as 3D object detection, vulnerable road user detection, lane detection, free space detection, and traffic light/sign detection. This versatility makes Pegasus a flexible solution for a wide range of autonomous mobility applications, including robotaxis, autonomous trucking, drones, autonomous delivery vehicles, and autonomous aviation.
What sets Recogni apart from traditional solutions is its purpose-built system, specifically designed to overcome the compute and power efficiency barriers associated with autonomous mobility. While many existing technologies have been repurposed for AI perception processing, Recogni’s system is tailor-made to address the unique demands of autonomous mobility. By leveraging Pegasus and the Recogni SDK, Recogni proves that its purpose-built accelerator, Scorpio, is ready to be implemented across various autonomous applications. Moreover, Pegasus offers a high level of development and deployment flexibility, enabling significantly faster time to market for any autonomous mobility application.
Dr. Yvonne Lutsch, Investment Principal at Bosch Ventures, highlights the importance of purpose-built technology for advancing the automotive and autonomous driving industry. Recogni has consistently demonstrated its credibility as a provider of autonomous technology, proving that powerful, flexible, and easy-to-integrate purpose-built technology is crucial for industry progress.
Recogni’s announcement of the Pegasus PCIe card marks a significant step forward in autonomous mobility. With its high compute capabilities, low power consumption, low latency, and low system cost, Pegasus enables seamless integration of Scorpio into any autonomous mobility application. The ability to process multiple cameras and provide critical perception outputs makes it a versatile solution for various autonomous applications. Recogni’s purpose-built system, combined with the flexibility and fast deployment facilitated by Pegasus, positions Recogni as a leader in the autonomous mobility space.