“From ADAS to AD, Processor and Car Architecture Evolution,” a Presentation from Yole Développement

Tom Hackenberg, Principal Analyst for Computing and Software in the Semiconductor, Memory and Computing Division, and Adrien Sanchez, Technology and Market Analyst for Computing and Software, both of Yole Développement, present the “From ADAS to AD, Processor and Car Architecture Evolution” tutorial at the May 2022 Embedded Vision Summit.

Few markets are as impactful to the future of the semiconductor market as advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and the evolution of autonomous driving (AD). At the heart of the race toward AD is the concept of reshaping the car’s embedded systems around the capabilities of new AI processors, versus evolving embedded systems shaped around the evolving hardware, sensors, and customer attitudes toward the current household car.

In this talk, Hackenberg and Sanchez present Yole Développement’s market analysis of this shift, covering the competitive landscape within classic processors, the emergence of AI acceleration coprocessors, the evolution of the AI-enabled SoCs and high-performance centralized platforms. They also discuss market drivers such as sensor diversity, memory, power, cost, reliability and the competitive landscape between the household car and mobility-as-a-service (MaaS).

See here for a PDF of the slides.

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