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IESF: ADAS, Telematics and Infotainment Solutions

Car makers are increasingly relying on Embedded Software solutions to provide feature innovation for their new models. In this track Mentor Graphics will showcase some of the latest technologies from its own portfolio of solutions, from partners, and also the recent acquisition of XS-Embedded.

Featured ADAS Telematics and Infotainment Solutions Events

A practical example of fast development cycles through Hardware/Software reference design on a modern heterogeneous SOC architecture Thursday, October 23, 2:00 PM

Technical Session Hosting multiple high-resolution displays from a single Multi-Core SoCs presents design challenges both for performance, and graphical image manipulation. Open source technologies such as Wayland and Weston come pre-integrated into GENIVI Linux, but implementing them in production systems is a complex design task. This study will look at use-cases for front and rear-screen displays, utilizing embedded GPUs (Graphics Processing Units), and embedded windows capable of serving up windows for Smart-Hone displays, Android clients, Navigation and multi-media.

Designing and Developing Vision Based Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Thursday, October 23, 3:50 PM

Technical Session ADAS systems such as lane departure warning, and hazard detection rely on capturing external images on cameras situated around the vehicle, and processing these images in real time. This session will review the key techniques for developing ADAS systems using vision systems as well as effective ways to meet the performance and responsiveness needs of ADAS systems. This study from Cognivue will also feature the use of Mentor Graphics Nucleus® Real-Time Operating System.

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Technical Session
  • A practical example of fast development cycles through Hardware/Software reference design on a modern heterogeneous SOC architecture
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    TECHNICAL SESSION Hosting multiple high-resolution displays from a single Multi-Core SoCs presents design challenges both for performance, and graphical image manipulation. Open source technologies such as Wayland and Weston come pre-integrated into GENIVI Linux, but implementing them in production systems is a complex design task. This study will look at use-cases for front and rear-screen displays, utilizing embedded GPUs (Graphics Processing Units), and embedded windows capable of serving up windows for Smart-Hone displays, Android clients, Navigation and multi-media.

Presenter: Manfred Bauer, Business Development and Application Manager, Texas Instruments
  • Convergence of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), In-Vehicle Infotainment, and Driver Information Systems
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    TECHNICAL SESSION ADAS, in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), and Instrument Cluster systems will continue to see continued investment and growth. And while these areas contribute value on their own, cross-domain integration presents tremendous opportunity to deliver differentiated experiences. This session reviews advances in hardware, software, and development tools that help ensure that these systems can be designed and delivered in a cost effective manner.

  • Designing and Developing Vision Based Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)
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    TECHNICAL SESSION ADAS systems such as lane departure warning, and hazard detection rely on capturing external images on cameras situated around the vehicle, and processing these images in real time. This session will review the key techniques for developing ADAS systems using vision systems as well as effective ways to meet the performance and responsiveness needs of ADAS systems. This study from Cognivue will also feature the use of Mentor Graphics Nucleus® Real-Time Operating System.

Presenter: Tom Wilson, VP of Business Development, CogniVue Corporation
  • Improving Driver Safety through Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) and V2X Technology
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    TECHNICAL SESSION V2V technology promises to improve vehicle safety by allowing cars to "talk" to each other, and ultimately avoid many crashes, by exchanging basic safety data, such as speed and position, 10 times per second. A range of communication technologies are available for V2x communication including IEEE 802.11p for wireless access in vehicular environments (WAVE). A case study will be presented by Choda Wirless on an antenna based V2X implementation using Mentors Nucleus® RTOS (Real Time Operating System).

  • Using Active Noise Control to Improve Driving Experience and Safety
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    TECHNICAL SESSION Active Noise Control (ANC) can be used to cancel noise in the vehicle. By minimizing road and engine noise driver-fatigue is reduced, and the quality of multi-media entertainment enhanced. The technology involved in sampling and reproducing audio into different zones of the vehicle will be covered, with demonstration examples featuring the Mentor XSe ANC solution.