The automotive industry has traveled a long and interesting road, from the Ford Model T in 1915 to today’s prototypical self-driving cars. Vehicles now commonly have hundreds of electronic components, with applications such as infotainment and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) driving the demand for more in-car electronic control units (ECUs).
Charles Qi, a senior design engineering architect at Cadence, will discuss automotive design challenges and IP solutions at TSMC Open Innovation Platform (OIP) Ecosystem Forum in Santa Clara. Titled “Building Silicon IP and Subsystems for Automotive Infotainment and ADAS Applications,” Qi’s talk in the forum’s IP Track will take place at 5:00pm on Thursday, September 17 (2015).
I chatted with Charles before the show for a preview of his talk. Read on, and be sure to attend his Thursday session for a deeper dive.
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