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How EDA Tools and IP Support Automotive Functional Safety Compliance

Explore how EDA tools & proven IP accelerate the automotive design process and ensure compliance with Automotive Safety Integrity Levels & ISO requirements.

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5 Key Innovations that Are Making Everything Smarter

Learn how electronic design automation (EDA) tools & silicon-proven IP enable today’s most influential smart tech, including ADAS, 5G, IoT, and Cloud services.

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Posted in 5G, Artificial Intelligence, Automotive, EDA, Internet of Things, IP

 

4 Key Predictions for the Automotive Industry in 2021

We share predictions for 2021 on the future of the automotive industry, such as new self driving car applications & 5G’s impact on connected vehicle technology.

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2020 Recap: “Smart Everything” Year in Review

We cap off 2020 with a look at this year’s Smart Everything developments, including AI advancements, new EDA tools, 5G’s global rollout, and security in design.

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Posted in 5G, Aerospace and Defense, Application Security, Artificial Intelligence, Automotive, EDA, HPC, Inside Synopsys, Internet of Things, Optical Design, Prototyping, Security, Verification

 

Designing Smarter Sensors for Self-Driving Cars

Self-driving cars rely on smart sensors to power advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS); learn how EDA tools create smarter sensors for smarter, safer cars.

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Top 4 Takeaways from ARC Processor Virtual Summit 2020

By Editorial Team

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Posted in Artificial Intelligence, Automotive, Internet of Things

 

Dude, Where’s My Autonomous Car?

Researchers forecast that by 2025 we’ll see approximately 8 million autonomous or semi-autonomous vehicles on the road. Before merging onto roadways, autonomous cars will first have to progress through six levels of driver-assistance technology advancements. What exactly are these levels and where are we now? 

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MISRA–AUTOSAR: Securing the Connected Car

The Motor Industry Software Reliability Association recently announced it is merging its C++ guidelines with AUTOSAR. Will this unified standard for safety-related code development be enough to safeguard the future of the connected car?

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Posted in Application Security, Automotive

 

Build In Automotive Functional Safety and Software Security

In the automotive world, recalls for electronics affect about five percent of the vehicles on the road. That means 5 out of every 100 vehicles today have a problem with their electronics. If we want to see more autonomous driving vehicles, that number must be improved. There needs be more robustness in the development process.

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Where’s My Autonomous Vehicle?

To better understand the challenges ahead for fully autonomous vehicles, research teams over the last few decades have attempted to automate the process of driving. But early successes have not yet given us truly autonomous vehicles. Why?

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