Automotive SoC Maker Saves Time, Enhances Product QoS For Advanced Real-Time Video Image Recognition

Addressing high-bandwidth and low-latency requirements in automotive.

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Automated driver assistance systems (ADAS) used to be expensive until Mobileye figured out how to use inexpensive cameras with advanced visual processing to help make cars autonomous. In this 4-page paper, created with the participation of Mobileye, you will learn how the world’s #1 vision-based ADAS company uses Arteris FlexNoC interconnect IP to address demanding high bandwidth and low-latency requirements.

By using FlexNoC interconnect IP for its EyeQ3 and EyeQ4 product lines, Mobileye was able to address the following issues:

  • Maintain low latency while connecting 10 or more heterogeneous video and image processing units;
  • Easily connect IP cores using multiple incompatible protocols for communication;
  • Enable end-to-end QoS to simultaneously optimize high throughput and low latency traffic, and
  • Address die size, power consumption, timing closure and verification issues as the SoC scales upward in complexity and number of IP blocks.

This short paper is a valuable aid to understanding how NoC technology helped solve Mobileye’s challenges, resulting in an even better product. To read more, click here.