Autonomous cars, vehicle communication and infotainment electronic systems are prevalent in today’s automobiles and everyday life. But, what does this mean for SoCs today?
Growing consumer requirements for today’s mainstream car models include the need for high end cameras, advanced safety features, advanced infotainment systems, smartphone connectivity, etc. Making easy–to-use, precise, reliable systems for safety and comfort is both a challenge and an opportunity for the automotive industry. Recent developments in Ethernet technology have made it the preferred technology of choice for helping to build dependable automotive features.
Ethernet Audio Video Bridging / Time Sensitive Networking (AVB/TSN) is a common name for the set of IEEE 802 Ethernet sub-standards developed by AVB Task Group of the IEEE 802.1 standards committee. These standards aim to address determinism and quality of service without compromising the strengths of Ethernet such as interoperability.
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