Cadence Automotive – from Concepts to Solutions

Future cars will be equipped with sensor clusters, more computing power, artificial intelligence, car-to-car and in-vehicle communication technology, high-bandwidth Ethernet networks, and multi-cluster displays which will lead to a further convergence of ADAS and Infotainment.

The automotive industry is working toward fully autonomous driving vehicles. The amount of electronics is growing fast with the level of the vehicle automation. Hence, future cars will be equipped with sensor clusters, more computing power, artificial intelligence, car-to-car and in-vehicle communication technology, high-bandwidth Ethernet networks, and multi-cluster displays which will lead to a further convergence of ADAS and Infotainment. All these changes create new challenges for automotive suppliers, such as more complex electronic systems, functional safety, reduction of power and weight (emissions), lack of space, and cost constraints. Hence suppliers are pushed to integrate more functionality on a chip, rather than on a PCB to provide the performance per Watt, scalability, safety and reliability in a small form factor device. As a result, suppliers will need to design a new class of high-performance System-on-Chip (SoC) and/or System-in-Package (SiP) to address all these new requirements with a highly integrated solution. Cadence's automotive solutions can help you deliver applications than can make cars safer and more reliable.

最終変更: May 7, 2018