What does it take to build data converter IP that will meet the reliability and functional safety requirements of the automotive industry?
Synopsys has extended its range of semiconductor IP for use in advanced driver assistance (ADAS) and autonomous vehicle SoCs with the launch of embedded vision processor blocks that have been given safety enhancements.
Automotive test has never been easy. Safety made sure of that. But the move to autonomous vehicles is making it more challenging still.
Austemper Design Systems has launched a portfolio of tools that span the development lifecycle of projects that need to demonstrate functional safety.
DVCon China saw Mentor's chairman and CEO give a typically thorough keynote on the evolving challenges for verification.
L-5 autonomous vehicles need centralized raw data analysis with machine learning to cope with the demands of ASIL-D functional safety. Mentor's response is DRS360.
Synopsys has introduced TetraMAX II, a faster and more parallelisable ATPG and diagnostics solution, which is now also certified for use in ISO 26262 compliant automotive designs.
Mentor's Greg Aldrich describes how test's market leader is driving down cost in the billion-gate era by rethinking and extending existing technologies
Synopsys develops portfolio of ASIL B ready IP, and invests in AEC-Q100 testing and TS 16949 quality management, to ease automotive SoC qualification.
OneSpin Solutions has used its formal-verification technology as the basis for an app intended for ISO 26262 projects that analyzes the ability of a design to deal with fault conditions.
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