How virtual hardware can speed up many aspects of automotive system development, including architectural analysis, software development and verification
Using deep learning techniques and convolutional neural networks to bring facial recognition capabilities to embedded systems.
Addressing the challenge of achieving ASIL D certification of the functional safety of an SoC for use in the safety-critical path of an automotive system.
Thinner phones are going to need new connectors. Many designers are considering USB Type-C, and the related Audio Device Class 3.0 specification (ADC 3.0), for use in high-quality digital headsets.
Portable stimulus and formal verification provide the means to handle the challenge of verifying cache-coherent SoC interconnects.
SSD controllers are becoming increasingly complex and as a result emulation is now the first choice for SSD verification. But your strategy must still meet five key criteria.
Software validation strategies will become increasingly important as cars become more complex, connected and autonomous.
When developing its security guidelines and checklists for consumer IoT and similar devices, the IoT Security Foundation's working groups tested their recommendations against what is known about real-world hacks and attacks.
USB 2.0 could become an integration standard for IoT SoCs, due to its ubiquity, available drivers, support for rapid prototyping, and area efficiency.
A look at the ways in which the evolving MIPI standard is being used to provide connectivity in automotive, mobile, multimedia, virtual reality, augmented reality and related applications.
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