On Friday, Jerry Shu, Senior Manager for Automotive Marketing at Arm and Gary Ge, Senior Solutions Architect at Arteris IP, jointly presented "Implementing ISO 26262 Compliant AI Systems with Arm and Arteris IP" to an audience at the ICCAD China conference in Zhuhai China.
The joint presentation describes how new artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) acceleration IP from Arm, like the Arm® NPU and Mali™ C71, can be implemented in ISO 26262-compliant automotive systems with the help of functional safety mechanisms in the Arteris IP FlexNoC and Ncore interconnects. Example systems discussed include Arm's new Cortex®-A76AE processors and the Cortex®-R52 CPU.
The 22-slide presentation provides an overview of how Arm IP can be implemented in systems with functional safety requirements in a manner that provides end-to-end data protection. You can download this presentation by Arm and Arteris IP here.