CES featured lots of automotive, AI and robotic innovation. To function in the real world the devices need sensors, and really vision sensors gathering all sorts of “visual” data. This can really include lots
ARC EV gives designers a head start
ARC EV (embedded vision) processors, when used with the safety enhancement package, are the only vision processors in the industry that are ASIL D Ready Certified. This means that automotive SoC designers are a step ahead of the competition when they start developing ADAS chips – they are further along the road to ISO 26262 certification than designers who are not using ASIL Ready IP.
One example of ARC EV customer success
Automotive IC vendor, Arbe Robotics selected DesignWare ARC EV processors to speed their chip to market. Arbe Robotics’ imaging radar is specifically designed for ADAS and autonomous vehicles. The high-resolution imaging radar can sense the environment at a wide 100-degree field of view in high-resolution at the highest reliability in various weather and environment conditions, including fog, heavy rain, pitch darkness, and air pollution. Their chip creates a detailed image of the road at a range of more than 300 meters (1,000 feet).It captures the size, location, and velocity data of objects surrounding the vehicle to enable safer driving and support level 4 and 5 autonomous operation. Arbe Robotics’ custom radar chip utilizes an extensive portfolio of Synopsys’ ASIL B and D Ready certified DesignWare IP, including the ARC EV6x processors and its software, MetaWare EV.
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