Auto, Security & Pervasive Computing

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Uses, Limits And Questions For FPGAs In Autos

Where it works, where it doesn't, and where the choices get fuzzy.

Hardware Attack Surface Widening

Cable Haunt follows Spectre, Meltdown and Foreshadow as potential threat spreads beyond a single device; AI adds new uncertainty.

Bigger, Faster, More Diverse And Expensive

Synopsys' CEO examines the fundamental shifts in design and markets.

Startup Funding: January 2020

Twelve startups bring in over half a billion in new funding; connectivity startup emerges from stealth.

Addressing IC Security Threats Before And After They Emerge

Experts at the Table: No chip will ever be completely secure, but that's not necessarily a problem.

Determining What Really Needs To Be Secured In A Chip

Experts at the Table: Why previous approaches at security have only limited success.

Auto Industry Shifts Gears On Where Data Gets Processed

How to manage massive amounts of data in real time still isn't clear, but it can't be done in the cloud.

Security Risks In The Supply Chain

Trojans, a dual supply chain and industry consolidation are creating new threats for chipmakers.

Can Germany’s Auto Industry Keep Pace?

New technology is challenging decades of engineering leadership.

Election Security At The Chip Level

RISC-V-based solution under development, but the very nature of a voting system raises issues.

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Round Tables

Addressing IC Security Threats Before And After They Emerge

Experts at the Table: No chip will ever be completely secure, but that's not necessarily a problem.

Determining What Really Needs To Be Secured In A Chip

Experts at the Table: Why previous approaches at security have only limited success.

Security Risks In The Supply Chain

Trojans, a dual supply chain and industry consolidation are creating new threats for chipmakers.

Security Tradeoffs In A Shifting Global Supply Chain

How many simulation cycles are needed to crack an AES key? Plus, the impact of trade wars on semiconductor security and reliability.

Why Data Is So Difficult To Protect In AI Chips

AI systems are designed to move data through at high speed, not limit access. That creates a security risk.

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Multimedia

Understanding SLAM (Simultaneous Localization And Mapping)

How computer vision systems track movement.

Automotive Chip Design Workflow

How to build a chip for functional safety applications.

Changes In AI SoCs

Tradeoffs in AI chips in the data center and in edge devices.

Software In Inference Accelerators

Why hardware-software co-design is so critical for AI inferencing.

Ensuring Functional Safety In Design

How to reduce logic BiST area while improving test time in automotive chips.

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Millimeter Wave: A Bridge Too Far?

5G is rolling out in two flavors, but only one of those is guaranteed to work.
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Security Is Key When AI Meets 5G

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Building The IoE

Automotive Industry On Course To Disruption And Evolution

As complexity rises in response to consumer demands, a siloed approach to veh...
Safe, Secure, Smarter Cars

Machine Learning… Everywhere

How ML can enable self-optimizing tools that look for DRC hotspots, EM/IR dis...
Flexible Chips

Software Is At Least As Important As Hardware For Inferen...

All the TOPS in the world are of little use if software can't utilize them ef...
Design Bytes

Signal Integrity Through The Years

How what starts out as a little problem gets progressively worse over new pro...
Design Reuse Made Real

Can You Afford To Waste Time On Your Next Design Project?

The importance of being able to identify what IP is being used by which proje...
January 9, 2020
NoC NoC

Taking Self-Driving Safety Standards Beyond ISO 26262

If we want to be serious about autonomous vehicles, the safety standard lands...
December 5, 2019
Evolving The Car

AI/ML’s Role In ADAS

AI and machine learning advancements are evolving along with ADAS development.
August 1, 2019
DAC Exchange

DAC: An Exhibitor’s Perspective

Things to think about before and at DAC.
May 8, 2019
Where Electronics Begins

Where Electronics Begins, And So Much More

Get ready for ES Design West.
February 13, 2019

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