Developing Smarter, Safer Cars with ADAS IP

Optimize performance, safety, and reliability in ADAS applications via a holistic design approach.


By Charles Qi, Sr. Design Engineering Architect, and Neil Robinson, Product Marketing Director, IP Group, Cadence

Today’s cars are a full-fledged electronic system on wheels, where every part is interrelated and must be designed, optimized, and verified simultaneously. As a result, it’s important to apply a holistic approach when developing automotive systems, taking into consideration the chip, the package, the board, the subsystem, and, ultimately, the whole vehicle.

As the automotive industry continues to develop more autonomous driving features and self-driving cars, automotive electronics will maintain an integral role in enabling these capabilities. Future vehicles will boast more integrated infotainment functions, sensor clusters, computer power, car-to-object (Car2X) communication technology, high-bandwidth Ethernet networks, and high-definition (HD) displays. While electronic components are enhancing the drive, government regulations are increasingly calling for automotive manufacturers to integrate redundant sensing and control systems with more cameras, radar, and other ADAS features into vehicles for increased safety and reliability.

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