Automotive

Take your automotive designs to the next level with cloud connectivity

20th November 2020
Lanna Cooper

Advancements in vehicle electrification, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and connectivity are driving design engineers to reimagine system architectures in vehicles. Until recently, automotive systems primarily used distributed ECUs - all throughout the vehicle - to control discrete functions. Today, an explosion of data captured inside and outside of the vehicle and the much larger role software plays because of how it uses data to develop new features or system capabilities has made distributed ECU models inadequate.

The future of ADAS, connected cars, and vehicle electrification is built on new architectures that incorporate a more synergistic, unified system approach. These new architectures incorporate a range of gateway designs - including central, domain and zonal architectures - which safely and securely move data throughout the vehicle and up to the cloud. In this webinar, Subbu Venkat, Marketing Manager for automotive gateway processors at Texas Instruments, will discuss:

  • The big automotive trends in ADAS, vehicle electrification and connectivity driving new system architecture designs
  • The new approaches to distributing data throughout the vehicle and up to the cloud
  • The newest Jacinto 7 processors, tailor-made for gateway systems with cloud connectivity (samples and EVMs available today)

The webinar will be presented by Subbu Venkat, Product Marketing Manager, Automotive Gateway Processors, Texas Instruments. Subbu has over 30 years of experience in the semiconductor industry with a diverse background specialising in product management, business development, strategic IP licensing, software and silicon program management, business negotiations, and partner management.

The webinar will take place on 2nd December 2020 at 2:00PM GMT.

Register your place here.

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