Driving into the Future with Arm's Automotive Technology
The car is the most complex electronic device many of us will buy. The Arm architecture is a key enabler of automotive technology, with more than 85 percent of infotainment systems and many under-the-hood applications powered by Arm-based chips. Autonomous driving is the next frontier for car manufacturers; it will be a revolution that changes the concept of mobility as we know it. Arm is playing a role in this transformation by providing high-performance compute platforms, meeting the power-efficient energy requirements that allow manufacturers to deploy autonomous vehicles at scale, and turn concept into reality.
Cortex-R52 delivers the highest level of integrated capability for functional safety of any Arm processor. Cortex-R52 is designed to meet the rising performance needs of advanced real-time embedded systems, such as powertrain and sensor applications, and in the decision and actuation phases of ADAS and autonomous systems.
The first automotive-grade image signal processor from Arm was developed for the smart automotive market, delivering key visual information to the driver via the cockpit display, or directly to computer vision systems for ADAS applications. Mali-C71 also supports the requirements of system-level ASIL-D functional safety for a variety of automotive applications, from ADAS and all-round vehicle awareness to mirror replacement and night vision enhancement.
Cortex-A Processor Series
The Arm Cortex-A processor series provides a range of solutions for devices undertaking complex compute tasks, such as ADAS, autonomous, IVI, and cockpit.
Cortex-A65AE is Arm's first multithreaded AE Cortex-A CPU that delivers the highest levels of safety with Dual Core Lock-Step (DCLS). It can scale up to eight cores in a single cluster and supports Split-Lock for mixed-criticality automotive applications.
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Arm partners offer smart car technologies to service the compute needs of the whole car, including advanced driver assistance and autonomous systems. These partners facilitate the efficient development of automotive solutions with both silicon and software products.