About This Guide

Updated: October 26, 2022

The ADAS library facilitates the development of embedded systems that rely on sensor data.

The ADAS library allows you to dynamically adjust (e.g., enable/disable, scale) sensor data viewers and perform synchronized recording of sensor inputs. You must provide this library with a configuration file to specify the inputs, viewers, algorithms, etc, to use. This guide explains the API functions and the configuration file.

Note: There are several code snippets included in this guide. These examples show what functions can be called and how you can use them to build applications. For readability, we’ve omitted any error checking and handling in the code snippets. For your production application code, make sure you perform the appropriate error handling.
To find out about: See:
The purpose and capabilities of the ADAS library ADAS Library Overview
The configuration file Configuring the ADAS Library
The ADAS library API ADAS Library Reference