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Big Shift: Creating Automotive SW Without HW

Agile development may be the best approach for designing new vehicles, but it requires a complete mindset shift for carmakers, particularly with mi...

The Uncertainty Of Certifying AI For Automotive

Making sure systems work as expected, both individually and together, remains challenging. In many cases, standards are vague or don't apply to the...

Why It’s So Hard To Secure AI Chips

Much of the hardware is the same, but AI systems have unique vulnerabilities that require novel defense strategies.

Toward A Software-Defined Hardware World

New approaches to software-defined hardware involve a rethinking of model-based systems engineering.

Securing The World’s Data: A Looming Challenge

An influx of connected devices, more compute options, and the rapid growth of generative AI are making it much harder to prevent attacks.

SRAM Security Concerns Grow

Volatile memory threat increases as chips are disaggregated into chiplets, making it easier to isolate memory and slow data degradation.

Using AI/ML To Combat Cyberattacks

Defensive capabilities can be increased with strategic AI/ML application.

Software-Defined Vehicle Momentum Grows

Challenges are massive and multi-faceted, but the auto industry recognizes the whole ecosystem needs to shift direction to remain viable.

Fundamental Issues In Computer Vision Still Unresolved

Industry and academia are addressing next steps.

Future-Proofing Automotive V2X

Questions remain about how far out the industry can reasonably plan due to the pace of change in technology and standards.

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Round Tables

Big Shift: Creating Automotive SW Without HW

Agile development may be the best approach for designing new vehicles, but it requires a complete mindset shift for carmakers, particularly with mi...

Software-Defined Vehicle Momentum Grows

Challenges are massive and multi-faceted, but the auto industry recognizes the whole ecosystem needs to shift direction to remain viable.

Future-Proofing Automotive V2X

Questions remain about how far out the industry can reasonably plan due to the pace of change in technology and standards.

V2X Security Is Multi-faceted, And Not All There

Understanding how many different pieces will fit together is a prerequisite to a secure infrastructure.

V2X Path To Deployment Still Murky

While industry experts expect many benefits of V2X technology, there are technological and social hurdles to cross. But there is progress.

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Multimedia

MCU Changes At The Edge

Microcontrollers become key platform for machine learning.

Adapting To Evolving IC Requirements

Right-sizing chiplets and other components based on real workloads.

Sensor Fusion Challenges In Automotive

Why a single, centralized architecture is so critical for sensors.

Rethinking Chip Economics

As features and functions increase, so do the complexity and costs of developing chips.

Changes And Challenges In Auto MCUs

Why automakers are shifting their emphasis from custom hardware to differentiating in software.

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