The evolution of Sensing, Computing and Architecture in the ADAS Automotive market.
Watch the replay of our webcast broadcast on June 30, 2020 now:
Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS) functionalities were initially developed for safety but are now also used to enable some automated driving features. The implementation of such features requires the use of more sensors, more computing power and a more complex electric/electronic (E/E) architecture.
This webcast, combining Yole Développement and System Plus Consulting knowledge, discussed the evolution of main sensors used for ADAS: cameras, radars and LiDARS. It also showed the evolution of the E/E architecture and what is needed in terms of computing to enable automated driving features. And a description of the solution from Tesla and Audi, with respectively Autopilot Hardware 3.0 and zFAS platforms, was performed.
Pierrick Boulay, Technology & Market Analyst, Solid-state Lighting at Yole Développement
Wilfried Theron, Electronic System Department Director at System Plus Consulting
Sensing and Computing for ADAS Vehicle 2020
Advanced Driver Assistance System functionality will attract customers and restart growth of the automotive business.