Process Detector (For DVFS and monitoring process variation), TSMC 12FFC
Automotive electronics revolution requires faster, smarter interfaces
By Raj Kumar Nagpal (Synopsys) and Edo Cohen (Valens)
In the automotive industry, features such as advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), connected in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) and emerging autonomous driving systems (ADS) are more important than ever, making vehicles safer and improving the driving experience. Yet they also are creating new requirements that are increasing complexity and making product development more expensive and time-consuming.
Automakers are facing pressure to include the latest capabilities while containing costs, minimizing power consumption and ensuring electronic systems are reliable, safe and secure for the life of the vehicle. Meeting these expectations requires new approaches to in-car connectivity, especially the physical-layer interfaces that link sensors and displays to their associated electronic control units (ECUs).
Let’s take a look at these trends, the demands they create and ways to meet those requirements.
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