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Semiconductor Engineering:  How SoC Interconnect Enables Flexible Architecture For ADAS And Autonomous Car Designs

Kurt Shuler discusses how Arteris IP, as an experienced and pioneering IP provider, contributes to the innovation in the SoC designs that are the “brains” of today’s ADAS systems and semi-autonomous vehicle systems, in this Semiconductor Engineering article:

How SoC Interconnect Enables Flexible Architecture for ADAS and Autonomous Car Designs

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February 22nd, 2018 - By Kurt Shuler

Note: Arteris SoC interconnect IP has been integrated into several ISO 26262 compliant autonomous driving designs that are now in production passenger vehicles.

When the mobile phone era saw its fastest growth, the design teams that were the most innovative were able to introduce game-changing features before anyone else. Those companies also had the most configurable interconnect IP, allowing them to adapt to quickly changing market needs faster than their competition.

Now, nearly a decade later, when autonomous driving is quickly moving into the mainstream, the semiconductor industry must evolve at a rapid pace to innovate in more efficient means of processing huge amounts of data, for instance, by using machine learning and neural network hardware accelerators. And they must design functional safety into automotive systems at the lowest possible level.

To read the entire article, please click here:
https://semiengineering.com/how-soc-interconnect-enables-flexible-architecture-for-adas-and-autonomous-car-designs/ 

Topics: functional safety autonomous vehicles ISO 26262 compliance semiconductor engineering