Arteris Articles

SemiWiki: Trends in AI and Safety for Cars

Kurt Shuler, VP of Marketing at Arteris IP updates Bernard Murphy (SemiWiki) on how trends in AI and safety are changing the design considerations for smart features in our cars in this new blog:

Trends in AI and Safety for Cars

February 3rd, 2020 - By Bernard Murphy

The potential for AI in cars, whether for driver assistance or full autonomy, has been trumpeted everywhere and continues to grow. Within the car we have vision, radar and ultrasonic sensors to detect obstacles in front, behind and to the side of the car. Outside the car, V2x promises to share real-time information between vehicles and other sources so we can see ahead of vehicles in front of us, around corners to detect hazards, and see congested traffic and emergency vehicles. Also this AI can improve on the fly, adapting to new conditions through training updates from the cloud. 

Topics: SoC semiconductor automotive automotive functional safety ArterisIP ISO 26262 compliance artificial intelligence AI semiwiki kurt shuler noc interconnect cache coherence SOTIF (ISO 21448 UL 4600

Semiconductor Engineering: Uses, Limits and Questions for FPGAs and Autos

Kurt Shuler, vice president of marketing at Arteris IP comments, he has seen that development is quickly moving in the direction of optimization with a lot of custom ASIC activity this Semiconductor Engineering article:

Uses, Limits and Questions for FPGAs and Autos

February 6th, 2020 - By Ann Steffora Mutschler

 

 

“Some companies are getting beyond the bounds of what can be done even in single die, looking at multidie solutions, but everything’s around optimization for power, bandwidth, latency, and functional safety,” Shuler said. “When you go to FPGA, the biggest issue is probably on the power side. Compared to a similar set of logic in ASIC versus doing an FPGA, you’ve got to basically turn on and off more transistors. That’s the underlying technical issue.

To learn more, please download this Technical Paper on "Re-Architecting SoCs for the AI Era", please go here; https://www.arteris.com/download-re-architecting-socs-for-the-ai-era

Topics: SoC Networks-On-Chip ASICs autonomous vehicles semiconductor engineering arteris ip kurt shuler noc interconnect ML/AI sensors

Arteris IP is Now Hiring a Functional Safety Manager in Campbell, CA

This is a New Featured Position!

Functional Safety Manager in Campbell, CA

Now is the time to join Arteris IP!

We are looking for an experienced Functional Safety Manager with strong quality process, hardware, and technical leadership skills to lead our ISO 26262 efforts. This person will create and execute CMMI-DEV quality processes resulting in Arteris IP products to be used in autonomous vehicles and other Functional Safety applications. He/She will also be the engineering lead for analysis of hardware IP functional safety mechanisms and designing methodologies and products to help automate that analysis.

Topics: software jobs ISO 26262 arteris ip noc interconnect job SoC designs leader IP design IEC 61508

Arteris IP is Now Hiring a Director of Software Development

This is a New Featured Position!

 Director of Software Development in Campbell, CA

Would you like to be part of a team contributing to products that will be used in the next-generation of advanced smartphones, automobiles and other computing devices?

This management position reporting to the VP of Engineering requires a dynamic and self-motivated individual with excellent organizational, and technical skills who can effectively communicate across all levels of management. The ideal candidate will be an experienced leader who is visionary, strategic, technology savvy and skilled in contemporary software technologies and architectures. You will own and drive both development and quality engineering across multiple development teams.

Topics: software jobs arteris ip noc interconnect job SoC designs C++ Java leader IP design EDA director