Arteris Articles

ArterisIP featured as NoC leader in IEEE Computer magazine

In 2002, Network-on-Chip (NoC) technology was just an idea on the drawing board, but today it is “tremendously successful” with virtually all large-scale chips being designed with NoCs, according to the authors of “Networks on Chips: 15 Years Later.” This article was featured in the May issue of IEEE Computer as part of the publication’s 50th anniversary retrospective, where the editors looked back on the articles that had the most significant impact on computing technology.

Topics: Arteris FlexNoC NoC technology IEEE Computer

Good SAE Automotive Engineering article about Mobileye

If you're a car nerd like me, you've probably already read this month's SAE Automotive Engineering magazine article by Steven Ashley titled, "Mobileye: New eye on the road." It includes an interview with Mobileye co-founder and CTO Amnon Shashua and you can read it at http://magazine.sae.org/17autp03/.

Topics: ADAS mobileye

ISO 26262 Training Courses [SemiEngineering]

Editor's note: This originally appeared in Semiconductor Engineering. I want to make sure it is available here for readers' future use because I will update the list as I receive more information and feedback.  -Kurt

ISO 26262 Functional Safety Training Resources

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Topics: automotive functional safety ISO 26262 training

Microprocessor Report on Autonomous Vehicles: Mobileye Increases Car EyeQ

Learn how the brains of autonomous vehicles work with this easy-to-understand (and free) article

I am often asked by engineers who are not experts on autonomous vehicles exactly how the semiconductor systems in a car work as the brains of an autonomous system. A follow-up question is usually about vendors' current products and market trends.

I often start of by describing the current state-of-the-art in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), the importance of functional safety standards for these systems, and then talk about the technology gap we need to traverse to be able to create fully autonomous systems. I invariable end up babbling incoherently in a flurry of abbreviations and acronyms: NHTSA, ISO 26262, SEooC, V2I, CNN, etc.

Topics: automotive semiconductors NXP Semiconductors advanced driver assistance systems adas microprocessor report mobileye autonomous vehicles nvidia