IoT, Security & Automotive

Top Stories

Is ADAS The Edge?

Uncertainty about where processing will occur is causing confusion over definitions.

Can The Hardware Supply Chain Remain Secure?

The growing number of threats are cause for concern, but is it really possible to slip malicious code into a chip?

Make Your Own Energy

Efficient use of power and energy in electric vehicles and smart buildings will require innovative thinking.

Creating A Roadmap For Hardware Security

Government and private organizations developing blueprints for semiconductor industry as threat level rises.

April Startup Funding: Corporate Gushers

Money pours into startups with more big investments on the way.

Spreading Intelligence From The Cloud To The Edge

Explosion of data is forcing significant changes in where processing is done.

The Long And Detailed Road To Automotive Compliance

Bringing an engineering organization up to speed with automotive safety standards is a long and arduous process.

March Startup Funding: Money Springs Forth

The SoftBank Vision Fund figures in some of the biggest rounds in the month.

Micro-Mobility Market Potential Widens

From e-scooters to robotaxis, transportation is undergoing massive shifts.

How To Build An Automotive Chip

Changing standards, stringent requirements and a mix of expertise make this a tough market to crack.

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Round Tables

Building Security Into RISC-V Systems

Experts at the Table, part 2: Emphasis shifting to firmware, system-level architectures, and collaboration between industry, academia and government.

IoT Device Security Makes Slow Progress

Experts at the Table: While attention is being paid to security in IoT devices, still more must be done.

Open-Source RISC-V Hardware And Security

Experts at the Table, Part 1: The advantages and limitations of a new instruction set architecture.

The Rising Cost Of 5G

Experts at the table, part 3: Big increases in power consumption and uncertainty about how to test these devices have yet to be resolved.

Pros, Cons Of ML-Specific Chips

Machine Learning's Limits, part 3: Which processor type is the best for training and inferencing, and why are there so many companies trying to bui...

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Multimedia

Automotive System Design

How to build and update chips in cars.

Improving Edge Inferencing

Where are the bottlenecks in AI chips and how to boost the efficiency.

Complexity’s Impact On Security

How interactions between components can compromise AI inferencing models.

Safety Critical Design In Automotive

Finding faults at the chip and system level.

Designing An AI SoC

Balancing custom design, rapidly changing algorithms and the need for economies of scale.

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